iPhone and Apple rumours pretty much never stop, with every launch heralded by many months of idle speculation and the odd informed guesswork.
The latest comes from GHI Securities' Ming-Chi Kuo, who is an expert in all things Apple, and it sounds pretty interesting. He says that the company is working on a new model of the iPhone, this time with a 4 inch screen.
The information comes from his own research into the trends of Apple and where they want to be in the market in 2016 and beyond. A 4 inch model is far from unusual, it was the screen size of their flagship phones just a couple of generations back. In this case, we're expecting a model with the same fast processor as the recent 6S as well as a metal body for more of a premium feel.
The key point of the new phone will be to present a lower price point to customers, something which hasn't often been a priority for Apple and the handset could launch in the first quarter of 2016. That would be a big change for the company with three screen sizes on the market and a different release strategy, let's see if the rumour pans out.