Renders of 4-inch Apple iPhone 5se show iPhone 5s-like design

The next Apple iPhone in 4-inch size is being discussed for quite sometimes but without any official details. Following the rumors and speculations about the concept of the smaller size iPhone, the device has been named either iPhone 5se or iPhone 6c. For many the 4-inch iPhone 6c is going to feature iPhone 6 concept in smaller size. But for many others it is going to revive iPhone 5s, thus suggesting the iPhone 5se naming. This time we got a fresh report which supports the latter argument where some leaks renders are crafted suggesting the iPhone 5se with iPhone 5s-like design.

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Though the concept of upcoming 4-inch iPhone 5se is borrowed from the aged iPhone 5s which was launched in 2013 but there are many new design tweaks and up-to-date features. Current renders which are allegedly created by case makers basically shows a iPhone 5 design which is a year older than the iPhone 5s. Like the iPhone 5 the renders show the iPhone 5se with metal plates on back and FaceTime camera at the center above front speaker. But the dimensions of the iPhone 5se reportedly match with the iPhone 5s which makes it fit into the existing iPhone 5s cases.

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Considering currently popular trends the design is however expected to carry some basic changes. The renders are showing the same arrangement of power button but a re-adjustment is quite likely with some extra curves to enhance its looks. These renders also differ from earlier leaks by the OneLeak which makes it uncertain about the final looks of the device. There are some other weak points too, like the missing Touch ID home button. The fingerprint security feature is quite likely on the iPhone 5se as it is required to support Apple Pay.  The 4-inch iPhone was earlier reported to launch at Apple event on March 15 which is now expected to be held on March 22.

Source: 9to5Mac

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