Looks like Apple did it. There is no iPhone SE leak ahead of the Apple Media event at 10am PDT.
Apple has found a way to prevent leaks of the iPhone SE or the iPhone SE is an illusion. Funny enough there are concrete leaks of parts and schematics from the iPhone 7, but nothing really from the iPhone SE. Apple is supposed to unveil the 4-inch iPhone at 10am PDT.
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Why leak parts and CAD drawings of the iPhone 7, which is still about 6 months away and we still have not seen a glimpse of the iPhone SE. The rumors just describe how it is supposed to look. The reports are though contrary. While 9to5Mac sticks with the iPhone SE to look like the iPhone 5S, others describe a more rounded design closer to the iPhone 6S.
For the first time since a long time an Apple Event is truly exciting. The only problem is that I am not excited about a new small iPhone. I made mistake and upgraded from an iPhone 5S to just an iPhone 6S. I should have picked up an iPhone 6S Plus. I will definitely get an iPhone 7 Plus or Pro. The iPhone SE does not fit my needs especially for surfing the web.
I would find it hilarious if Apple is not unveiling an iPhone SE today. The whole world including us has written numerous reports based on rumors that a 4-inch iPhone is coming. It is going to be exciting.
The live stream will be available on the apple.com site starting at 10am PDT, 1pm ET. Apple is expected to live blog the keynote in parallel to provide background details and point out highlights.
If the rumors are to be believed Apple will unveil an 4-inch iPhone SE, a new small 9.7-inch iPad Pro and new Apple Watch models or bands. The latest rumors reveal that the iPad Pro will get either a Flash for the iSight camera or even sport a dual camera.
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