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Report: 4-inch ‘iPhone 5se’ to support Apple Pay, Live Photos

The upcoming iPhone with a 4” display will likely be called the “iPhone 5se,” according to 9to5Mac. Sources have said the “iPhone” posted in a recent video is a fake, and that the iPhone 5se — the “se” perhaps meaning “special edition” — is best thought of as an upgraded iPhone 5s, instead of a shrunken iPhone 6s. The iPhone will still retain a headphone port, but there will be a number of upgrades and changes, including an NFC chip for Apple Pay without use of an Apple Watch, the addition of Live Photos from the 6s, and the A8 and M8 chips and 8MP/1.2MP cameras from the iPhone 6. The straight, shiny edges of the 5s will be replaced by curved glass as seen in the 6 and 6s. 3D Touch reportedly won’t be making its way to the iPhone 5se, which probably isn’t a surprise to most. The phone is still expected to debut in March before a March or April release.

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