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Does this video show off the 4-inch Apple iPhone SE?

Does this video show off the 4-inch Apple iPhone SE?
On March 21st, a mere week from today, Apple will hold a press event during which it is expected to roll out the 4-inch Apple iPhone SE. As usual, there have been a few pictures and video claiming to show the handset. But if you're looking for a clear look at the device, you need to check out the video at the bottom of this article.

Before you hit the play button, don your cynical glasses and grab some NACL from the shaker, as you should take this clip with the necessary grain of salt. Especially since the end of the video contains a vocal disclaimer about the phone that is allegedly the iPhone SE.

The video describes the iPhone SE as the "mixed blood of iPhone 5s and iPhone 6s." Certainly it resembles the iPhone 6s in looks with a screen size that harkens back to the 4-inch Apple iPhone 5s. It also appears to match the schematics of the phone that were leaked last month.

The Apple iPhone SE is expected to be powered by the same A9 chipset that is found under the hood of the Apple iPhone 6s and Apple iPhone 6s Plus. Despite the lack of 3D Touch, it will reportedly offer Live Photos. NFC and Apple Pay are both said to be supported, along with Touch ID. And a 12MP camera is rumored to be on the back of the unit.

We should know all in just one week. In the meantime, you can click on the video below to see what is supposedly the Apple iPhone SE.

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source: Beeep via (translated)

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