Leaked schematics show Apple iPhone 5se as iPhone 6 look-alike

The upcoming 4-inch Apple iPhone 5se is yet again being discussed this time with fresh leak showing alleged schematics of the device. The alleged schematics show the 4-inch iPhone 5se featuring similar looks of iPhone 6 but with certain modifications.

The hints about the upcoming 4-inch iPhone 5se are made public by a famous leak source @OnLeaks. According to the details the alleged schematics are leaked by an anonymous source who is believed to be involved in iPhone supply chain. The schematics add up a little more into the speculations which are already circulating about 4-inch iPhone 5se without any official wording.

As per the earlier reports Apple is set to hold an event on March 15 where it will unveil some anticipated packages including the 4-inch iPhone 5se. Other announcements on Apple’s March 15 event include the iPad Air 3 with specs of iPad Pro but in smaller display and lower prices.

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As per the rumors, the iPad Air 3 will be powered by company’s own A9X chipset with 4GB RAM and Quad-speakers. The iPad Air 3 package will also include Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard of iPad Pro. Also the event will show off a refreshed version of Apple Watch, probably the Watch 2 which will be equipped with FaceTime capabilities.

The fresh schematics suggest a number of modifications on the iPhone 6 design language in the 4-inch iPhone 5se. As we can notice, Apple is going to use a pill shaped TrueTone flash replacing the round module which was used on the earlier versions of iPhone.

As per the speculations the iPhone 5se will be powered by Apple’s A9 chipset which powers current iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. The device is expected to miss the 3D Touch feature but there will be NFC for Apple Pay and other popular features like Live Photos.

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