One month closer to an official announcement of the 4-inch iPhone 5se by Apple, more new speculations predicting about the device emerging like this. Apple’s March 15th event is expected to see the introduction of the four inches device, along with a slew of other hardware improvements across multiple product lines. Next to the already reported one is laying the foundations for what consumers can potentially expect from an external finish prespective. Source citing third-party vendor, the report suggests the iPhone 5se will also be adding another color option, will be available in Silver, Space Gray, and of course predicted Bright Pink shades.
Availability of brand new 4-inch iPhone 5SE in Bright Pink finish really be a great gift to anyone, and in Silver and Gray colors don’t. Although, Apple has been introducing the two regular exyerior finishes to the iPhones and iPad for a number of years now. Valentines day in front, it could happen to announce Apple’s iPhone 5se in Pink at that time, but after 30 days it will. The sources now predicting a bright pink finish that differs hugely from the Rose Gold option that has proven so popular on the iPhone 6s range.
Actually the speculation is likening the pink option to the ‘Pink’, was introduced with the iPod nano and sixth-generation iPad touch. But it seems that there’s potential to consumers to snap up this new iPhone with a finish that makes a distinct separation between itself ad the Rose Gold iPhone 6s.
Interesting to see if this bright pink option does come to light alongside the introduction of iPhone 5SE in March, and secondly there are any additional color options available or if the 4-inch iPhone will be offered with just these three finishes.
As we are getting closer to Apple’s speculated event on March 15, the more leaks and concrete reveals we will start to see about the iPhone 5se and what if it will offer, the likehood. The hardware will ship with technologies like Touch ID and NFC for Apple pay compatibility and carry A9/M9 combo at the heart of things. The camera modules are also accepted to support Apple’s Live Photos feature, and won’t see the pressure sensitive display to interact with the photos via 3D Touch. Admitted!
(Source: Mac Otakara [Google Translate])
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