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Apple’s rumoured 4-inch iPhone 5se gets pictured alongside the iPhone 5 in a new leaked image

By on January 26, 2016 0 186 Views

“The 4-inch iPhone will reportedly offer a TouchID sensor, 8MP/1.2MP cameras and an NFC chip for Apple Pay”

Last week, a 40-second hands-on video revealing the design of the rumoured 4-inch iPhone hit the interwebs. The video suggested that the new iPhone model would offer a design similar to the current iPhone 6s family. Now a new live image of the upcoming iPhone has leaked online. In the new photo, the 4-inch iPhone has been compared alongside the iPhone 5.


As per the latest reports, the 4-inch iPhone will be called the iPhone 5se. The image indicates that the phone will sport a Touch ID sensor, rounded volume toggles and a relocated power button. According to the reports, the iPhone 5se will offer an 8MP rear camera, a 1.2MP front snapper, an NFC chip for Apple Pay, the A8 processor, M8 co-processor, Live Photos, and the current range of iPhone colour variants including Rose Gold. However, it won’t have the 3D Touch pressure sensitive display that was introduced alongside the iPhone 6s/6s Plus.

According to a report by 9to5Mac, Apple plans to launch the iPhone 5se – ‘se’ apparently stands for Special Edition – alongside a new Apple Watch with minor upgrades at an event in March. The company is also said to have plans to launch the iPad Air 3 at the same event. In addition, the brand is rumoured to launch another smartwatch in September with upgraded innards and improved design.

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