As early as 2014, iPhone 6C
was also floated as a name, because the phone was originally expected to be an upgrade to the plastic iPhone 5C.
25 -- Latest reports suggest that the 4-inch iPhone may not be called the iPhone 6c
, 7c, or even the 5e, but instead will be called the iPhone 5se.
Called the iPhone 6c
, this is expected to be a smaller (a return of the 4-inch display), cheaper version of the existing iPhone, to appeal to those with smaller pockets (both literally and metaphorically).
of a 4-inch iPhone 6C
surfacing, 9to5Mac blogger Mark Gurman revealed the theories as fake and instead said Apple is releasing a newer iPhone which is a smaller edition of the iPhone 6S and an upgraded version of the existing 5S.
It started with an image leak over an unknown iPhone device, which was though to be the 'iPhone 6c
', but then that leak and the rumors surrounding it were thought to be dead ends by some.
But before that happens, Apple is also expected to release a 4-inch smartphone in March, dubbed the "(http://www.ibtimes.com/iphone-6c-rumors-video-purportedly-reveals-4-inch-apple-inc-smartphone-2274427) iPhone 6C
." While the handset is anticipated to come with features such as the Apple Pay mobile payment system, it may not come with more advanced features such as the pressure-sensitive 3D Touch display on the iPhone 6S.
6 -- Images purported to be of a dummy Apple iPhone 6c
(or 7c) have popped up online.
sites we monitor suggest the rumoured iPhone 6C
will not make an appearance.
Not just a rear shell, but purportedly a fully assembled non-working model of the "iPhone 6C
," according to video obtained by (http://micgadget.com/36575/first-real-4-inch-iphone-2016-leaked-video/) MIC Gadget.
Rumours suggest that the company may launch the Apple Watch 2 and the iPhone 6c
, as well.
, which could contain the iPhone 6's innards, but be available with a
Apple is also anticipated to unveil a four-inch iPhone, which could either be called the "iPhone 6C
" or "iPhone 5E," according to (http://www.macrumors.com/2016/01/11/iphone-5e-a8-1gb-ram-apple-pay-volte/) MacRumors .