Do we want a new, affordable iPhone, or should Apple stick to its high standards?

With a new four-inch iPhone on the way, we examine the idea of Apple making an affordable iPhone versus sticking to its high standards.

Does a four-inch iPhone make sense anymore?

Apple is reportedly going to introduce a new low-end four-inch iPhone to the delight of no one. Why is this form factor even still and option?

iPhone 5se and iPad Air 3 again tipped for H1 2016 launches, but little success

Apple should probably keep its iPhone 5se and iPad Air 3 sales expectations reasonably low, as the two may lack the wow factor to succeed in H1 2016.

Four-inch iPhone name-roulette continues: how about iPhone 5se?

Will Apple’s rumored new four-inch iPhone launch under the iPhone 5se name? So say the latest rumors, while also looking into the phone’s hardware.

The iPhone 5e/6c/7c gets leaked in a video

The device is on a paper tray with a nondescript tile floor behind it. We don’t have sense of scale to confirm that it’s a four-inch iPhone, though.

First year-on-year iPhone sales decline ever tipped for Q1 2016, return to growth expected in Q3

iPhone sales may have reached their peak in Q4 2015, following a downward trajectory in Q1 and Q2 2016, and marginally recovering in Q3 and Q4 2016.

Latest rumor changes iPhone 6c name to iPhone 5e, Apple Pay and A8 chip in tow

The oft-rumored 4-inch Apple iPhone 6c could ultimately go official as the iPhone 5e, priced at a preposterous $500 with 1GB RAM and A8 processing power.