iPhone 6 SE Packaging Appears Two Weeks Ahead Of Apple’s Presentation

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The event presenting the new Apple iPhone is scheduled for next September 7th. Roughly two weeks left and Apple have to have everything ready for that day. Yesterday appeared on the web new images of the box and the contents therein, not the iPhone 7 But the iPhone 6 SE. It is unclear whether this can be understood as the successor to the iPhone SE, the actual name of the iPhone 7 or simply Photoshop product.

All known leakers Apple take for granted the “iPhone 7” nomenclature. So chances are that someone has been charged with falsifying these images, as seems to be the result of mixing photo boxes iPhone 6 and iPhone. Besides this nomenclature might be confusing to the user, because it would be too similar to the iPhone 6, iPhone and iPhone 6s existing SE.

some icorrecciones are also seen in the back of the box, for example 6 appears next to the word iPhone, something very rare. You can also appreciate other errors that make us think that it is a fake, for example apple appears instead of the iPhone in the box. These images have circulated through the network and several sites have given accuracy, although the mainstream media inclined that these images have been manipulated.

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It is expected that the iPhone 7 have a very similar design to the current iPhone 6s, does not have the headphone jack and instead a second speaker is located. It is also quite possible that Apple incorporate a new Home button that makes use of the 3D Touch technology. Also it is expected to improve the camera, incorporating a double lens on the 5.5-inch version.

It is true that for a time the name was rumored iPhone 6 SE, but lately it seems Forget that idea in favor of the name iPhone 7. The truth is I do not understand that someone falsify waste your time on these images with the name iPhone 6 SE when would have been more credible to put iPhone 7.

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