Interrupting a constant stream of rumours on the iPhone 5se, is a report by 9to5 Mac claiming to have new information about the phantom phone’s design.
Drawings of the soon to be unveiled 4-inch iPhone, which will likely replace the iPhone 5s, were acquired by Apple-dedicated news site which claims it has the first drawings of the device from a case making company.
According to the report, these drawings indicate not much will change in the design aesthetics, except for moving the sleep/power button from the top right edge to the left.
Other design cues suggest that the device will be slightly curved around the edges, though not as curved as the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s.
In addition, leaked schematics published on the Internet on Wednesday, also suggest the next-generation 4-inch iPhone, will sport a design very similar to the current iPhone 6/6s series.
The device is expected to be unveiled at an Apple event slated for March 15, alongside the iPad Air 3. It will have the latest M9 and A9 processors bundled with 1GB RAM, and will have Apple Pay and Live Photos.
Apple is reportedly prepping three different colour options for the launch of its much rumored 4-inch iPhone, one of them would be the hot pink colour option. It’ll also come in Silver and Space Grey colour variants.