Items tagged with iphone 5se

If you’re a fan of all things Apple, you’re in for a fresh round of product introductions in a little over a month from now. Rumors about unreleased Apple products and upcoming keynotes are a dime a dozen, but when the information come from the likes of Mark Gurman, we take notice. Gorman indicates that his sources have pegged Apple’s next keynote for March 15th, during which the folks from Cupertino are expected to make two major product announcements. The first will be the long-rumored iPhone 5se, while the second will be the iPad Air 3. The iPhone 5se is expected to retain the same 4-inch screen size and resolution of 2013’s iPhone 5s, but will include updated internals to appeal to folks... Read more...
It's another day, and that means another iPhone rumor. There's already been plenty of online chatter about one of Apple's next generation handsets, one that will bring modern hardware and amenities to customers who prefer a smaller size phone than either the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Rumor has it the phone will be called iPhone 5se, and if the latest leaked photo turns out to be legit, it will look at lot like the iPhone 6, only smaller.The photo was posted to a Dutch-language discussion forum by user Gijs Raggers, a name that might look familiar due to past leaks. He's the same guy who uploaded photos of the first iPad Air in 2013 months before Apple officially announced the tablet, though... Read more...
As long as Apple exists and continues to make smartphones, there will always be iPhone rumors, some of which are based on pure speculation while others are legitimate and/or Apple-controlled leaks designed to build up hype and publicity. Sifting through the reports to figure out what's real and what's a bunch of bologna isn't easy, a fact that's underscored by the current next-gen iPhone chatter.About a month ago, the web was awash in iPhone 6C rumors. It was said to be an entry-level smartphone for folks who prefer a smaller-size display than what's available on the current generation iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus models. It would have a custom A9 processor, Touch ID support, and an NFC chip... Read more...