This blog was highly skeptical last week the iPhone is at the end of its road (Why The WSJ Got The 'iPhone Demand Is Crashing' Story All Wrong). But that doesn't mean Apple isn't at a crossroads. Witness this weekend report out of Taiwan, translated from the Chinese, that claims a June release date for a larger screen Apple smartphone called the "iPhone Math" of all ridiculous names. The specifics are almost besides the point, but the basic argument isn't. A truly larger iPhone is something millions of people want and the iPhone 5 wasn't it. As things stand today, Apple is not only missing out on a great deal of money, but missing a product many iPhone users would find superior to the lone current model for a number of reasons.