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This year's much-rumored spring event for Apple may include a new four-inch iPhone, a smaller iPad Pro and an Apple Watch 2. But it may need an extra week.
The slump in iPhone 6s sales meant that Apple isn't ordering as many parts from its vendors. And the speculative iPhone 5se won't help that matter.
So, there's this pnik four-inch iPhone that's been said to be coming an Apple event in mid-March. How pink? Not rose gold.
According to Mixpanel's tracking survey of iPhone ownership, 37 percent of those devices are from 2013 or earlier.
The Nikkei economic journal is reporting that this year's four-inch iPhone is in production and will be on target for a release sometime this quarter.
The oft-rumored 4-inch low-cost new iPhone, dubbed iPhone 5se, 5e or 6c, is allegedly pictured alongside a "classic" iPhone 5.
Will Apple's rumored new four-inch iPhone launch under the iPhone 5se name? So say the latest rumors, while also looking into the phone's hardware.
The device is on a paper tray with a nondescript tile floor behind it. We don't have sense of scale to confirm that it's a four-inch iPhone, though.
The oft-rumored 4-inch Apple iPhone 6c could ultimately go official as the iPhone 5e, priced at a preposterous $500 with 1GB RAM and A8 processing power.
Not tiny, fun-sized! Even though the small phones are already way out of style, Apple could bring things back down to iPhone 5C size and style with an iPhone 6c (or 7c, depending on how Apple determine its model year). We’ve been expecting better memory, an A9 processor brain, and Touch ID to boot. There are now a couple of new developments have popped up regarding the battery and the timeline of the device, courtesy of Foxconn leakers.
Sources say that the power cells of the iPhone 7c will have a 1,642mAh capacity. It’s a rather peculiar number — but taken against [...]
Does this info from China Mobile really reveal Apple's plans for the iPhone 6C release date?
A surprising fraction of US shoppers are still interested in a four-inch smartphone, bucking the phablet-heavy market trend.
What if the rumored "iPhone 6C" ultimately ends up going with the iPhone 7C name - and isn't here until late Q3 2016?