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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Breaking News: iPhone 5se Apple's next-generation 4-inch iPhone, rumored to be coming on March 21st, 2016



AT A GLANCE


The iPhone 5se is rumored to be the name of Apple's upcoming 4-inch iPhone. It is said to look similar to an iPhone 5s, but with slightly curved cover glass and some upgraded internal specs, including an A9 processor and support for Apple Pay.

What to expect?

Since the launch of the 4.7 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in September of 2014, there have been rumors suggesting Apple plans to introduce a new 4-inch device aimed at those who want something both more affordable and smaller in size. Despite rumors, no new device materialized in 2015, but as of 2016, rumors have ramped up and it appears a new 4-inch iPhone will launch in March of 2016 at an event to be held on the 21st.



For several months, rumors about the 4-inch iPhone were all over the place, perhaps as Apple itself worked to solidify a design and internal specs. With parts for the device now in production ahead of the March launch, we're getting a clearer picture of what we can expect from the 4-inch iPhone.

Said to be called the "iPhone 5se" or simply the "iPhone SE," the new device is modeled after the iPhone 5s. The name is meant to denote its position as a second-generation upgraded version of the iPhone 5s. Earlier rumors about the 4-inch iPhone said it could be similar to the iPhone 5c, leading the media to refer to 4-inch device as the "iPhone 6c" over the past year, but that name was later abandoned in favor of iPhone 5se or iPhone SE. iPhone 6c, iPhone 5se, and iPhone SE rumors refer to the same 4-inch device Apple is developing.

Rumors suggest the iPhone 5se will be the close in size and shape to the iPhone 5s, with the same general dimensions. It will include a display that curves slightly at the edges, but the curve is said to be less dramatic than the curved display on Apple's newest devices.


When taking into account all of the different rumors we've heard, the iPhone 5se may be on par with Apple's larger-screened devices when it comes to performance, but it's not going to share all of the same features as Apple's flagship devices. Internally, the iPhone 5se is likely to have the same A9 processor used in the iPhone 6s, but it may be limited to 1GB RAM and it may only come in 16 and 64GB capacities, with no 128GB option.

The iPhone 5se is rumored to include the 12-megapixel rear camera found in the iPhone 6s. It will include improved autofocusing, support for larger panoramas, and the ability to capture Live Photos. While it can take Live Photos, the iPhone 5se will not be receiving 3D Touch because 3D Touch is a flagship feature in the iPhone 6s.


Like all of Apple's recent iPhones, the iPhone 5se will include an NFC chip and Touch ID to support the company's Apple Pay payment service. It will also include the latest iPhone features like Bluetooth 4.2, fast 802.11ac WiFi, and VoLTE. Rumors suggest it could have a 1,624 mAh battery, which is larger than the battery in the iPhone 5s.

The iPhone 5se will be available in the same colors as the iPhone 5s, offered in Silver, Gold, and Space Gray, along with a possible Rose Gold option. As for pricing, rumors suggest the entry-level device could be priced at $400 to $500.

Apple's new 4-inch iPhone is expected to launch in the spring, at an event that will take place on Monday, March 21.
Design Drawings and Mockups


A set of iPhone 5se mockups based on information sourced from accessory makers depicts a design that is very similar to the iPhone 5s. The dimensions for both phones are said to be the same, measuring in at approximately 123.8mm tall, 58.6mm wide, and 7.6mm thick.

One of the mockups (above) depicts an iPhone 5se body that is almost identical to the iPhone 5s, while another (below) features a body melding iPhone 5s design elements with design elements taken from the iPhone 6, such as the curved cover glass and a slightly protruding rear camera.


The differences between the two separate iPhone 5se concepts can be seen clearly in renderings created by designer Martin Hajek. The image below compares a mockup made by 9to5Mac and a mockup made by OnLeaks (both designed from independently sourced information). Also included is a rendering designed by Curved Labs, which is purely fictional and not based on actual information about the device.

Rumors about the iPhone 5se have indicated it will be of a similar size and shape to the iPhone 5s, with the two even able to share cases, but that information doesn't line up with rumors suggesting it will have a curved display, a feature that would result in an iPhone 6-style design. Taking all of the different rumors into account, we commissioned a set of renderings based on the OnLeaks drawing that combines a curved front display with an iPhone 5s-sized body. It is not clear if this is the design the iPhone 5se will adopt, but it is our best estimation of what it might look like based on current rumors.

We've heard plenty of rumors about the iPhone 5se's design, but we have seen no part leaks that depict the back of the device, which is another factor that contributes to uncertainty about its look. With no visual evidence, it's still difficult to determine whether the iPhone 5se is an iPhone 5s clone or if it features a fresh design that takes cues from multiple devices.

An exact design for the 4-inch iPhone isn't yet pinned down, but rumors seem to agree that it will include a pill-shaped flash as on the iPhone 5s and a power button located at the top of the device. It will reportedly come in standard iPhone colors -- Silver, Space Gray, Rose Gold, and Gold.


Since the launch of the 4.7 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in September of 2014, there have been rumors suggesting Apple plans to introduce a new 4-inch device aimed at those who want something both more affordable and smaller in size. Despite rumors, no new device materialized in 2015, but as of 2016, rumors have ramped up and it appears a new 4-inch iPhone will launch in March of 2016 at an event to be held on the 21st.

For several months, rumors about the 4-inch iPhone were all over the place, perhaps as Apple itself worked to solidify a design and internal specs. With parts for the device now in production ahead of the March launch, we're getting a clearer picture of what we can expect from the 4-inch iPhone.

Said to be called the "iPhone 5se" or simply the "iPhone SE," the new device is modeled after the iPhone 5s. The name is meant to denote its position as a second-generation upgraded version of the iPhone 5s. Earlier rumors about the 4-inch iPhone said it could be similar to the iPhone 5c, leading the media to refer to 4-inch device as the "iPhone 6c" over the past year, but that name was later abandoned in favor of iPhone 5se or iPhone SE. iPhone 6c, iPhone 5se, and iPhone SE rumors refer to the same 4-inch device Apple is developing.

Rumors suggest the iPhone 5se will be the close in size and shape to the iPhone 5s, with the same general dimensions. It will include a display that curves slightly at the edges, but the curve is said to be less dramatic than the curved display on Apple's newest devices.


When taking into account all of the different rumors we've heard, the iPhone 5se may be on par with Apple's larger-screened devices when it comes to performance, but it's not going to share all of the same features as Apple's flagship devices. Internally, the iPhone 5se is likely to have the same A9 processor used in the iPhone 6s, but it may be limited to 1GB RAM and it may only come in 16 and 64GB capacities, with no 128GB option.

The iPhone 5se is rumored to include the 12-megapixel rear camera found in the iPhone 6s. It will include improved autofocusing, support for larger panoramas, and the ability to capture Live Photos. While it can take Live Photos, the iPhone 5se will not be receiving 3D Touch because 3D Touch is a flagship feature in the iPhone 6s.

Like all of Apple's recent iPhones, the iPhone 5se will include an NFC chip and Touch ID to support the company's Apple Pay payment service. It will also include the latest iPhone features like Bluetooth 4.2, fast 802.11ac WiFi, and VoLTE. Rumors suggest it could have a 1,624 mAh battery, which is larger than the battery in the iPhone 5s.

The iPhone 5se will be available in the same colors as the iPhone 5s, offered in Silver, Gold, and Space Gray, along with a possible Rose Gold option. As for pricing, rumors suggest the entry-level device could be priced at $400 to $500.

Apple's new 4-inch iPhone is expected to launch in the spring, at an event that will take place on Monday, March 21.
Design Drawings and Mockups

A set of iPhone 5se mockups based on information sourced from accessory makers depicts a design that is very similar to the iPhone 5s. The dimensions for both phones are said to be the same, measuring in at approximately 123.8mm tall, 58.6mm wide, and 7.6mm thick.

One of the mockups (above) depicts an iPhone 5se body that is almost identical to the iPhone 5s, while another (below) features a body melding iPhone 5s design elements with design elements taken from the iPhone 6, such as the curved cover glass and a slightly protruding rear camera.


The differences between the two separate iPhone 5se concepts can be seen clearly in renderings created by designer Martin Hajek. The image below compares a mockup made by 9to5Mac and a mockup made by OnLeaks (both designed from independently sourced information). Also included is a rendering designed by Curved Labs, which is purely fictional and not based on actual information about the device.

Rumors about the iPhone 5se have indicated it will be of a similar size and shape to the iPhone 5s, with the two even able to share cases, but that information doesn't line up with rumors suggesting it will have a curved display, a feature that would result in an iPhone 6-style design. Taking all of the different rumors into account, we commissioned a set of renderings based on the OnLeaks drawing that combines a curved front display with an iPhone 5s-sized body. It is not clear if this is the design the iPhone 5se will adopt, but it is our best estimation of what it might look like based on current rumors.

We've heard plenty of rumors about the iPhone 5se's design, but we have seen no part leaks that depict the back of the device, which is another factor that contributes to uncertainty about its look. With no visual evidence, it's still difficult to determine whether the iPhone 5se is an iPhone 5s clone or if it features a fresh design that takes cues from multiple devices.

An exact design for the 4-inch iPhone isn't yet pinned down, but rumors seem to agree that it will include a pill-shaped flash as on the iPhone 5s and a power button located at the top of the device. It will reportedly come in standard iPhone colors -- Silver, Space Gray, Rose Gold, and Gold.

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