Apple Store leaks 4.7-inch ‘iPhone SE’ name

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  • POSTED ON: April 3, 2020

From the looks of it, it seems like iPhone 9 will never see the light of the day.

Adding more to the pool of ingenious devices, Apple’s upcoming 4.7-inch iPhone might be making its way into the market very soon! The new Apple’s 4.7– inch iPhone could possibly be called iPhone SE. As of now, a Belkin screen protector is live on Apple Store and is doubted to be listed for iPhone 7 and 8. There is conjecture that the upcoming model would carry similar designs.

Source: Verge 

Earlier this week, 9to5Mac addressed the iPhone SE name along with some of its specificities. Amongst other details, it was reported that the model would come in white, black, and red color and options would possess storage tiers of 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB. In addition to this, the device would have an A13 processor. The price of this device is still unknown.

The Belkin accessory is currently up for sale at $39.95 and it is being called “InvisiGlass Ultra Screen Protection for iPhone SE/8/7.” The in-store pickup service is currently unavailable as all Apple Stores outside China have shut down. You can find this device in a 5.5-inch size as well if you’re referencing the iPhone 7 Plus or 8 Plus models. Earlier, 9to5Mac also reported that a new 5.5 – inch iPhone might also be in the cards.

Although rumors have been circulating for many months now regarding the new 4.7-inch iPhone, no marketing analyst has been able to make accurate predictions about the product launch. This is particularly strange as supply-chain analysts are usually able to glean hardware information ahead of its release. Apple is highly secretive about these discussions and only shares details with the close internal circle.

Originally, the first iPhone SE released back in March of 2016 at $399 and had crammed the 6S specs into an iPhone 5 body. Moreover, speculations have revealed that the upcoming 4.7 – inch iPhone might actually take the place of iPhone 9, but these are all speculations after all.

Updated April 3, 2020
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