The iPhone SE is expected to replace the existing iPhone 5s and will take its price points, claim Gurman’s unnamed sources. Be that as it may, the rumor-mill thinks the device will resemble the existing iPhone 5s aside from subtle design refinements such as slightly curved edges around the sides. The device should come in the familiar gold, rose gold, silver and grey colorways and be provided in 16GB and 64GB capacities. Dropping names in OS X and not naming anything based on a whim of the moment of an Apple employees dream state would be a welcome change.
I wonder if they will eventually do away with numbers all together and just keep sizes and years like they do with the Macs.


Apple is expected to unveil quite the unusual device at the end of March 2016: the Apple iPhone Special Edition (SE), a device featuring a super small, 4-inch device.
Designer Martin Hajek has put together three possible versions of the iPhone SE and you can check them out right below. If true, the planned name change will mark the first iPhone upgrade without a number in its name. I mean, they had to stop someday with the numbers, would be awkward to have an iPhone 11 for example. They don't make 'em that small anymore, hence the special edition moniker.So what will the iPhone SE look like after all?


We've heard various rumors and leaks, but one thing seems certain: the iPhone SE will feature top-grade hardware.



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