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According to reports, Apple will unveil a new iPhone device on March 21, 2016. However, this will not be the iPhone 7, as this flagship will most likely be released sometime in September 2016. Apple has sent out invitations to the media with the tagline “Let us loop you in” yesterday, for the event that will be held at Apple’s headquarters in the Town Hall auditorium.



The iPhone 5se will most likely be the device that will be announced by the American multinational technology company headquartered in Cupertino, California. According to rumors, the iPhone 5se will come with an IPS LCD display of 4-inch that will support a resolution of 1136×640 pixels at 326 ppi, will be powered by an Apple A9 chipset and 1GB of RAM. The handset will be released in two internal storage variants of 16GB and 64GB, which, unfortunately, you will not be able to expand, as the device doesn’t feature a card slot. In concordance with 9to5Mac, during this event, Apple is also expected to announce a minor new software update for its Apple Watch, along with new colors for bands.

The upcoming iPhone 5se is expected to be sold at a price of 450 dollars and as you can see, it will pack most of the specifications found on the iPhone 6. So, if you don’t like big sized iPhones, then you can always purchase the iPhone 5se, which will come with a smaller display size, but still have some awesome specifications.

As we’ve told you above, the iPhone 7 will most likely be released by Apple in this fall. According to rumors, the upcoming smartphone will not feature a headphone jack anymore and instead, it will support only wireless headsets. We’re not sure why Apple would drop the headphone jack, but we’re sure that there will be many disappointed users about it.

What are your thoughts about the upcoming iPhone 5se?

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