Apple 4-inch iPhone 5se is the next in the line

The upcoming Apple iPhone, which is being named as iPhone 6c or iPhone 5se sometimes, is getting more and more attention as new reports continue emerging. The revival of the 4-inch iPhone has been much anticipated following the reports suggesting some noted features on board. However, things still don’t look clear enough and we are set to get more surprising hints about the next devices in the Apple portfolio.

iPhone 5se

A fresh leaked report seems to be one of such surprises about the upcoming 4-inch iPhone. Firstly, the fresh report almost rejects the previous video about the upcoming iPhone which suggested that it would be small lookalike of the iPhone 6S. The current report shows that the video was fake as it was thought to be in first impression.

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The fresh report also sheds light on the naming issue which has been yet another argument among the alleged reports. iPhone 5se was quoted earlier against some other names suggested for the 4-inch iPhone. The report takes up the iPhone 5se as its real name which shows an enhanced version of the iPhone 5s. With the public name of iPhone 5se the device is reportedly being handled internally with code name of N69.

Heaving a brief eye into the upcoming 4-inch iPhone 5se the fresh report suggests Apple A8 chipset and M8 motion co-processor. The processing combination is currently employed on the iPhone 6 line which shows enough performance.

The report shows 8megapixel main camera and 1.2megapixel snapper in front with Live Photos capability. The nice feature has been liked much and is now reported to be present on the 4-inch iPhone. Though there would be Live Photos feature on board but the display of iPhone 5se will not include force touch feature. Another thing that got mentioned is the NFC connectivity which means the upcoming iPhone will also expand the Apple Pay.

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