Apple is reportedly hard at work on the follow-up to iPhone 5, but the gadget's new name might leave something to be desired. 

Cited as the "iPhone Math" by BrightWire who translated the news from China Times, the phone is expected to debut in June and be bigger than the iPhone 5. Specifically, it will have a 4.8 inch screen and 8-megapixel camera, though an edition with a 12-pixel camera is expected for the holidays. 

If the rumors are true, the iPhone Math will be released alongside an updated iPhone 5. However, as Mac Rumors points out, it's hard to imagine Apple can pull off two new iPhones in a six-month time frame, though extensive details, including suppliers and shipment dates, were included in China Times' report. 

[via Mac Rumors]