John Matarese checks out the most unusual offer ever for a new iPhone.
Apple fans get ready: the next version of the iPhone will reportedly have a bigger screen.
The Wall Street Journal, citing inside sources, says the company has ordered four-inch screens from Asian suppliers.
Until now, Apple has never changed the size of the iPhone's screen.
It has been 3.5 inches since the first model debuted in 2007.
Production on the new screens is set to begin next month.
Apple is expected to debut the new iPhone later this year.
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