Even-numbered years mean one important thing for Apple fans: an iPhone redesign.
Starting with the iPhone 3G in 2008, Apple has given the iPhone a major redesign every two years, and that means consumers are due for the iPhone 6 in 2014. (Pictured: a press shot of the iPhone 5s.)
We've yet to see any leaked images of the iPhone 6, but there have already been some reports detailing what users might expect -- and it's all about the phone's screen.
In November, Bloomberg reported that Apple might get in on the curved-screen craze and give the next iPhone downward-curving edges. And back in September, the Wall Street Journal said Apple is testing iPhone models with screens as big as 6 inches.
As has been the case the past two years, users should expect the latest iPhone, or iPhones, to be released around September.