Apple iPhone SE To Come With iPhone 5S-like Design, A9 Processor And 4K Video Recording

4-inch iPhone SE
Different concept renders of the upcoming iPhone SE

Apple is expected to reveal its much awaited iPhone SE on its scheduled March event on Monday. The new iPhone will be a refreshed version of the iPhone 5S. After the excruciating wait and intense guesses we, at last, have the final details of the soon-to-be-released iPhone SE.

After dealing ourselves with various rumors, we have finally believed that the latest edition iPhone will be much similar in the design attributes to the iPhone 5S. And with design attributes, we mean that there will be a 4-inch screen too. Having this small Smartphone once again will be a good surprise; as such screens are a rarity now.

Early rumors have even hinted that there would be iPhone 6 feel too. However, the recently revealed details have all but denied that there wouldn’t be any similarity to the iPhone 6. We came to know that there would be a boxy iPhone 5S-like body with no curves and rounded volume buttons. There will be a metal back with glass on the top and bottom, while, the power and lock key will be placed on the top.

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However, the similarity to the iPhone 5S only restricts in terms of appearance and design. Apple hasn’t forgotten to update its newest iPhone with the smartest software. The iPhone SE is expected to come with the newest Apple A9 chip with an M9 co-processor for always-on Siri, and an NFC chip that will enable Apple Pay. There is a 12-MP camera with support for 4K video recording. Different rumors have also pointed on the Live Photos too.

Lastly, the iPhone SE will come along with 16GB and 64GB storage options. The price of the anticipated device is expected to start from $450. We will update you with the rest as soon as we get to know more.

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