Yes, iPhone 6SE branding makes so much more sense, considering 2016 looks to be the iOS handheld’s second consecutive “s” year rather than welcoming a radical new design, revising display technology, or completely shaving off screen bezels.
But it’s way simpler to just call the marginally improved, slightly redesigned iPhones due out in a few weeks how people have been referring to them for many months now. And a “reliable source” quoted by Japanese tech blog Macotakara claims that’s going to be the case after all, and September 7 shall see the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus formally unveiled at last.
No third iPhone 7 Pro configuration in the pipeline also according to this fresh, mysterious inside “source”, or moniker change as far as the plus-sized model is concerned.
Still, anything’s possible, at least on the naming front, with the presence or absence of a Smart Connector on the 7 Plus another big question mark, and pretty much all else settled and essentially etched in stone. No headphone jack, no physical home button, augmented camera performance on both variants, with a single, larger lens for the 4.7-incher, and dual photography equipment pasted to the 5.5-incher’s back.