Apple has been one of the leaders in the world of innovation based technology, as well as product design.
These two things have been pioneered and mastered by Apple over the years. Come March, the company is planning to release two more devices, which are not the ‘next-gen’ devices, but are expected to be quite important and will give them a boost in the sales.
The release of these devices has been a major question, and fresh reports have now indicated that Apple will be releasing them at an Apple Keynote event, which, according to 9to5Mac, will be held on the 15th of March.
The devices that are now releasing include a new, smaller iPhone as well as the next iPad Air device. Here is a detailed look at both the devices:
The iPhone 5SE (Special Edition) has been rumored to release under various names in the past, including iPhone 6c, 5e, 7c and whatnot.
However, despite the various conflicts on naming, all the reports have one common thing – the phone will be a 4 inched release for Apple, and will likely come out with a design that is quite similar to the latest generation of devices.
The iPhone 5SE is expected to feature an A8 processor, and a 1642mAh battery. The device is also expected to carry a TouchID sensor among other feautres.
However, the smaller iPhone 5SE device is not expected to feature support for 3D touch and live images, which are a part of the 6s and 6s plus devices from Apple.
iPad Air 3
The iPad Air 3 is expected to feature some new and improved specs which have been inspired from the iPad Pro that was released late last year.
The iPad Air 3 is expected to feature a smart connector, as well as a four speaker setup, which has been a part of the iPad Pro in the past.
The company is also expected to retain the 3.5mm jack for this device, as seen in the leaked cover and case.
Those intending to buy this device can sigh in relief as Apple has been rumored to come out with wireless music and axe the 3.5mm port, but that does not seem to be the case as of now.
The device is also expected to feature support for flash along with the camera. The hole in the cover-case indicates that flash is finally being introduced in this device.
More details are expected to be released as the devices are shown off.