Two more reports on the rumoured larger display set to feature on the iPhone 5 have appeared, but they don't quite match up.
Firstly 9to5Mac reports the iPhone 5 will have a 3.999-inch display after it learned that two prototype handsets are floating round Apple HQ with the quoted screen size – clearly that 0.001-inch bump up to 4 is too much to ask.
Apparently the screen will be the same width as the one found on the iPhone 4S, with the extra size coming in height – potentially giving the iPhone 5 a widescreen, 16:9 aspect ratio display, perfect for movie playback.
According to the report, Apple has managed to squeeze even more pixels into its latest display, providing a resolution for the new screen of 640 x 1136.
Wait a minute…
This is all well and good, until you read that MacRumors has been sent images claiming to show the front panel for the next generation of iPod, complete with a larger screen area.
The source which provided the images claims the next iPod will sport a 4.1-inch display, as well as listing parts apparently meant for the iPhone 5 including front and rear cameras.
It's still unclear what size display the iPhone 5 will pack, but it looks ever more likely that Apple is about to step away from the 3.5-inch option and plump for something in the 4-inch region.
You can keep up to date with all the latest with our iPhone 5 release date, news and rumours article.