iPhone 5se’s schematics leaked

Steve Hemmerstoffer, a well-known leakster known by the name @OnLeaks, just received an anonymous tip by a source who claims to be a part of Apple’s supply chain department. That tip featured a schematic of the upcoming Apple iPhone 5se. Apparently the iPhone 5se might just be a 4 incher iPhone 6. Both phones resemble to the furthest extent with respect to design while the only visible difference lies in the size of the smartphones.

Apple iPhone 5se is expected to be launched on March 15 event by the company. In addition to that we are anticipating an unveiling of Apple iPad 3 and an upgraded Apple Watch. The newer iPad will basically be targeting those customers who’d love the performance capabilities of the iPad Pro minus the 12.9″ screen size and sky high price. Therefore the iPad 3 will be running a A9X chipset along with 4GB of RAM, feature quad-speakers while support compatibility with Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard. As far as the refreshed Apple Watch is concerned, reports are that the new watch might surface with Apple FaceTime support.

Reports are that iPhone 5se will be made available 3 days after its unveiling on 15th March. Although the upcoming device resembles iPhone 6 completely, there is small detail which seems to vary. Apparently Apple might be using a pill shaped TrueTone flash instead of the round shaped like the one on the previous flagships. Apart from that, we are expecting the 5se to feature the same A9 SoC chip available with iPhone 6s series. Moreover, 5se will be coming with NFC (to support Apple Pay) along with a touch ID, though the smartphone won’t be featuring the 3D Touch.

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Below are the schematics received by @OnLeaks, check them out and stay tuned for further updates on the smartphone’s unveiling.

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