It seems that the 4-inch Apple iPhone is really going to come into the market according to rumors reaching us. There have been many reports to the point that a March 15 outing of the Apple iPhone 5se is possible, and there might be release of the Apple iPad Air 3 in the same period.
Since there have been so many sources of reports, it is not easy to see which direction this will eventually end. However, the rumors are strong on the unveiling of the Apple iPhone 5se.
In fact, the phone is debuted to come in three colors of Space Gray, which is the color that is more conventional, Silver, as well as Pink. The Pink we mentioned here is not going to be that Rose Gold you see on the iPhone 6s/6s Plus (the 5.5-inch smartphone from Apple). Rather, it will be the ordinary color that we are all familiar. However, it is still unconfirmed whether there will be a Gold color for the 5se. As for the Rose Gold, it seems to be reserved for the iPhone 6s.
In a recent even in Japan, 81th Tokyo International Gift Show, exhibitors compared the pink color to the 7th generation iPod nano and 6th generation iPod touch.
Considering the look of the phone, it would be very similar to the iPod touch. The phone will have most of the features on the iPod touch except the cellular radios.
As for specs, the phone is rumored to come with an A8 chipset, 4-inch display, and 8-megapixel/1.2-megapixel camera combo. These same features can be found on the iPod touch too. Another speculation on the features could be a larger battery, NFC chips (like that on the iPhone 6s), The Bluetooth 4.2, and Wi-Fi 802.11ac.
If all the above speculations are true, then we should be expecting a phone that is so much like the iPod touch with some difference. It could even have a dual-SIM slot to make it a bit different from the iPod touch as well as to capture more secondary markets. Although there have been no reports about the type of display on this new device, some experts have opined that the phone might come in super AMOLED display. If it does, then it will have a chance to compete directly with most Android phones.