Apple iPhone 5e not the iPhone 6c to be expected in March

The latest reports suggest it will be a 4 inch iPhone 5e and not the iPhone 6c to expect in this March event along with the Apple Watch 2.

Discussing the speculations about the revival of 4-inch iPhone we mentioned the roadmap of the China Mobile. On the China Mobile roadmap, the 4inch iPhone was up on the list for an early arrival carrying the label of iPhone 6c but the latest reports suggest it will be a 4 inch iPhone 5e and not the iPhone 6c to expect in this March event along with the Apple Watch 2.

Apple iPhone 5e will replace the iPhone 6c

This emerged in Chinese circles where a new rumor surfaced suggesting, what it claims to be, the actual name of the 4-inch upcoming iPhone. According to the rumors, the upcoming 4inch iPhone will be named as iPhone 5e. The ‘c’ which was borrowed from the older iPhones in earlier rumors has now been replaced by ‘e’ which reportedly stands for ‘enhanced.’

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Thus it is expected to bring an enhanced concept over the recently reported iPhone 5c design but with an exception of metal casing.

Besides the change of name, the fresh rumor also revises a number of details that we have already been considering. The rumor suggests, the upcoming iPhone 5e will be powered by A8 chipset which will be coupled with 1GB or RAM. Previously it was suggested that the A9 chipset which is running on currently ruling iPhone 6S will be employed on the 4inch iPhone 7c, or iPhone 6c. Also the camera powers are put on standard level with 8megapixel.

The upcoming iPhone 5e is also expected to bring the currently popular trends on board. Some of the key expected features include the Apple Pay, NFC and VoLTE that will make the 4inch iPhone 5e up to the mark against latest devices. Finally, with 16GB and 64GB version the iPhone 5e is expected to get launched in March with price tag of about $500.

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