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iPhone 6C video leaks showing 4-inch display

A video of what appears to be the forthcoming iPhone SE has appeared online.

There have been rumours of a so-called iPhone 6C for some time now. It’s claimed that this will be a follow-up to the iPhone 5C – an affordable alternative to Apple’s flagship smartphone range.

Arguably the headline feature of the iPhone 6C, according to the rumours, will be its return to a 4-inch display. For those who find even the 4.7-inch iPhone 6S too big, it could be the ideal throwback.

Now a brief video has appeared on social media (via Phone Arena) apparently showing off the diminutive iPhone 6C. The video was allegedly shot within the walls of iPhone manufacturer Foxconn.

It seems to suggest that the iPhone 6C won’t as had earlier been suggested, mimic the design of the original iPhone 6C. Rather, it looks like nothing less than a shrunken iPhone 6S, complete with an all-metal body.

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Rumour has it that the iPhone 6C will be powered by an A8 CPU and 1GB of RAM, with an 8-megapixel camera, a Touch ID home button, and NFC for Apple Pay purposes. In other words, it will cram the iPhone 6’s innards into a more compact shell.

If this video is genuine, we could see Apple announcing the iPhone 6C at its March media event.

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