Apple announced a slick little new iPhone model yesterday, the iPhone SE. It looks a heck of a lot like an iPhone 5 from the pictures we've seen but it's hard to be certain of the exact dimensions from just a picture. iMore has confirmed that it is indeed the same shape, which means it will fit inside iPhone 5 cases. The iPhone SE is essentially the guts of an iPhone 6s jammed inside an iPhone 5 case. The SE comes with a 4-inch display, an A9 chip and a 12MP camera. It's comparatively cheap too, starting at $679 for the 16GB model and $829 for the 64GB model. If you're the type of person who likes to use a case on your phone, you'll have a massive selection of cheap cases to choose from for the SE.
iPhone 5 Cases Will Fit The New iPhone SE
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