According to Arcuri, Apple could debut iPhones with three different screen sizes in 2015 with the iPhone 6s Mini joining the current 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models. The new 4-inch device would be similar to the iPhone 5s, but feature an updated design with curved screen edges -- similar to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
The new 4-inch phone could serve as a replacement for the iPhone 5c that Apple currently sells; however, Arcuri believes the newer model will include "purpose-built low cost components" from Qualcomm to keep the price down.
According to the analyst, Apple is also on track to launch a larger 12.9-inch iPad model this spring. While the iPad has seen a decline in sales, a newer 12.9-inch model could change things. Arcuri expects Apple to initially move 15 to 20 million units of this larger iPad.
Arcuri's track record on future Apple products is mixed, so we aren't sure what to expect. What do you think of Apple launching a new iPhone 6s Mini with a 4-inch display?