If the leaks are to be believed, we'll see two new iPhone models sized at 4.7-inches and 5.5-inches this fall. Hold off on the trumpets though: they might also cost more.
Analysts are saying that the new, larger-sized iPhones could be as much as a hundred dollars more than the iPhone 5S. But analysts simply guess. And more often than not, they're plain wrong. Just ask Gene Munster.
The iPhone 5S is currently one of the most expensive phones on the market. Unsubsidised pricing starts at $649 before taxes and goes all the way up to $849. Seriously, you could buy a MacBook Air for only a little more money.
How much more would you pay for a larger iPhone? $50? $100 $USInfinity? [MarketWatch]