iPhone 5se Drawings Reveal Design of Upcoming Handset
Several new drawings showing the design of the long-awaited 4-inch iPhone 5se have been recently shared by a case manufacturer. The drawings prove that in terms of design the handset will be similar to the iPhone 5s. The only noticeable difference is the Sleep/Wake button that has been moved to the right side of the device. Sources claim that the edges of the iPhone 5se will be more similar to the edges of the iPhone 6, however, that’s not very conspicuous. The most important thing is that the iPhone 5s cases should fit the newer model, even though they will make it nearly impossible to use the side Sleep/Wake button.
Today, a case maker source provided us with schematics that line up with what we have been hearing from our sources who have used the iPhone 5se: the device looks nearly like a 5s.
There are a couple of changes, however, on our drawings.
Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 5se on March 15th. The device will get an A9 processor with M9 motion coprocessor, more RAM, 16GB and 64GB storage options, Touch ID, NFC, Live Photos support and more.
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