We’re merely a few days away from seeing the iPhone SE being unveiled by Apple at its grand San Francisco event, and we’re now learning that the device might very well come equipped with a camera capable of capturing 4K videos. In addition to that, an alleged photograph of the iPhone 7 has also trickled out from the foundries of none other than Foxconn.
It is believed that Apple is currently preparing a promo video for showcasing the 4K ability of the iPhone SE. Apple Insider has been told by a tipster that this clip was shot entirely on the device itself by Apple employees in New York last week.
This most likely means that the iPhone SE will ship with the same Live Photos-enabled 12MP camera that can be found on the 6S models. Couple that with an A9 processor which is the company’s only current CPU supporting the 4K format, and you get a pretty advanced smartphone if you ask us.
Although 3D Touch won’t form part of its offerings, Apple Pay support and a fingerprint scanner definitely will. While initial rumors were indicating that the SE will be a rather low-end handset, that definitely doesn’t seem to be the case now, hinting that its price might be higher than expected as well.
Coming to the iPhone 7 which will be launched in or around September this year, this phone has just had its chassis leaked from Foxconn, one of the company’s trusted manufacturers. The alleged photograph that has been leaked by CNBeta (via Phone Arena) shows the device’s antenna line having been placed at the bottom, confirming another recent leak that had suggested the same design approach.
March 21 is when the iPhone SE will be unveiled by Apple, alongside a 9.7-inch iPad Pro model apparently. Let us now wait until then to know more about the devices.