In just a few weeks Apple will be unveiling its latest phone.
The company has yet to hold a major media event in 2016 but that’s all going to change on March 21 when Apple will launch its newest iPhone and iPad. There have been no official details released by the company but the date has been marked as the day when new products will be rolled out.
It’s also the day before Apple will go to court to fight the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s bid to have one of the iPhones owned by one of the San Bernardino terrorists unlocked by the company. So far, the company has refused to do so, reports BuzzFeed.
Apple has confirmed nothing but reports are indicating the new iPad will be unveiled on the date, but so too will the latest iPhone. Initially, the new device was expected to be called the iPhone 5 SE but it looks at though the digit’s being dropped and the device is only going to be known as the iPhone SE.
9to5Mac reports the phone will still feature the smaller, four-inch screen and will boast a variety of features including an A9 processor for faster performance, an M9 chip for fitness, the ability to take Live Photos, an upgraded 8-megapixel camera system and will come in 16GB and 64GB capacities.