KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is out with yet more claims – this week.
With Apple’s next keynote set for Monday – speculation is already swirling this weekend over what exactly the company will unveil come next week, and how much it will cost.
It’s clear that the current debate over what moniker Apple will eventually choose to use in order to market its mid-cycle iPhone hardware refresh, will soon be over.
Meantime, as the world awaits to see what that will be come the company’s media presser next Monday, a photo has surfaced on Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo that claims to show the packaging for the as yet unannounced iPhone SE.
That’s the claim currently circling ahead of Apple’s confirmed iPhone event, next week.
That’s according to new photo that is making the rounds this weekend, which alleges to show an alternative design for Apple’s expected iPhone hardware refresh this fall.
Towards the beginning of the year, you may recall a report published by Fortune which claimed Apple’s next iPhone will arrive without a headphone port.
The planned omission is thought to be just part of Apple’s upcoming attempt to migrate users over to using bluetooth headphones, a theory which has also sparked rumours that the company could be working on its own set of wireless earbuds for eventual use with the new device.
Apple’s 4-inch iPhone, coined by the world’s media as “iPhone 5Se,” could hit shelves on March 18 – according to a new report.