The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple will introduce a premium version of the iPhone in honor of the device's 10th anniversary. According to "people familiar with the matter," the phone will cost $1,000 and will feature a curved OLED screen that will initially be manufactured by Apple’s archrival Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy S7 also sports a curved screen.
In addition, the report claims that all versions of the new iPhone will have USB-C ports instead of the Lightning ports Apple has favored in the past. This would allow the iPhone to use the same interface as most other smartphones as well as allowing MacBook Pro owners to plug iPhones directly into their devices.
The report also suggested that the next iPhone may not have a home button.