New 4-inch iPhone 6c to copy iPhone 5S in design

Apple 4-inch iPhone 6c is back in discussions as we got another reports trying to sketch it up for enthusiastic iPhone users. As we have seen in recent reports, the fresh one showing the new 4-inch iPhone 6c resembling the Apple concept with the iPhone 5S. But continuing the new trends, we may find it redesigned well on the base of iPhone 6 design.

As the revival of 4-inch display is being considered from various aspects there are varying views too suggesting it to be a revival of older trends combined with new ones. Thus we may find Apple standing within key devices of smaller sizes as it once used to, but against other common devices it may bring some of its own unique areas of interest for its users.

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Besides the resemblances with the iPhone 5c the fresh report about the the 4-inch iPhone which is dubbed as iPhone 6c, shows us some exceptional specs under the hood. As we have current iPhone running the A9 chipset it is very unlikely to change in upcoming devices. And also with new Apple devices and other key smartphones too, turning to mobile pay, the upcoming iPhone will be powered with this service too. Therefore, it is quite obvious to expect the iPhone 6c supporting NFC connectivity for Apple Pay.

The camera and many other parts are also expected to resemble with the iPhone 5s. But unlike older devices Apple may chose to bring the iPhone 6c with metal case. As older size revives in the market with the iPhone 6c we may find it in at least three colors. Apple is not expected to make any announcing for upcoming devices any soon. However with its own potentials the 4-inch iPhone find a release slot early next year. The reports also suggest the device to show off in first quarter but with limited availability.

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