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2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
4G Network LTE
Sim Nano-SIM
Announced 02/03/2016
Status Exp. release 2016, Q2
Display Size 4.0 inches
Resolution 640 x 1136 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)
MultiTouch Yes
AlertTypes Vibration, proprietary ringtones
LoudSpeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes
CardSlot No
Internal 64 GB, 1 GB RAM
Speed HSPA, LTE Cat4 150/50 Mbps
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, hotspot
Blue Tooth v4.2, A2DP, LE
NFC Yes (Apple Pay only)
USB v2.0, reversible connector
Camera Primary 12 MP, autofocus, LED flash
Camera Features Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR (photo/panorama)
CameraVideo 1080p@30fps
CameraSecondary Yes
OS iOS 9.2
Sensors Fingerprint, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
Messaging iMessage, SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email
Browser HTML5 (Safari)
Radio No
Java No
Colors Space Gray, White/Silver, Gold
Others - Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic - Siri natural language commands and dictation - iCloud cloud service - iCloud Keychain - TV-out - Maps - Audio/video player/editor - Organizer - Document viewer/editor - Photo viewer/editor - Voice memo/dial/command - Predictive text input
Battery Non-removable Li-Po 1642 mAh battery



What can Apple do to make the iPhone 6c/iPhone 5se more appealing?

Michael Grothaus

The rumour mills have been cranking out reports of a new iPhone set to drop in the Spring. No, this isn’t the iPhone 7 (that’ll come in September). Instead it’s been dubbed as the “iPhone 6c” or the "iPhone 5se", depending on who you speak to. The handset is important because it is said to be a 4in iPhone; Apple knows a lot of its users miss the 4in display format so it is developing a handset to tap into it. 

The iPhone 5c, while reviled by tech reviewers in general, was actually a very successful release for Apple. It sold in excess of 20 million units and, if you pay attention, can be seen in the hands of people everywhere. Hell, everybody knows somebody that has an iPhone 5c.

For this reason, a refined and updated version of the iPhone 5c, complete with a new CPU, TouchID and some additional new features, perhaps 3D Touch, does make quite a bit of sense.

And word on the street suggest the handset is fast approaching its launch date.

“The new device is internally codenamed ‘N69,’” reports 9to5Mac, “but the launch name will likely be the “iPhone 5se.” The “se” suffix has been described in two ways by Apple employees: as a “special edition” variation of the vintage 4-inch iPhone screen size and as an “enhanced” version of the iPhone 5s. Indeed, the upcoming “5se” features a design similar to 2013’s flagship but upgraded internals, software, and hardware features that blend the old design with modern technologies from the past two iPhone upgrades.”

Sources have provided the following list of “iPhone 5se” upgrades over the 5s:

  • The chamfered, shiny edges have been replaced with curved glass like on the iPhone 6 and 6s lines

  • The same 8 megapixel rear camera and 1.2 megapixel front camera systems from the iPhone 6

  • Support for larger panoramas and autofocus for video recording

  • Barometer for tracking elevation in the Health app

  • An NFC chip for Apple Pay

  • The A8 and M8 chips from the iPhone 6

  • Bluetooth 4.2, VoLTE, and 802.11ac WiFi chips from the iPhone 6s

  • Live Photos from the iPhone 6s

  • Same Silver, Space Gray, Gold, & Rose Gold color options as the 6s line

Here are six features the iPhone 6c needs to have that will make it worthy of the iPhone brand.

Aluminum body

One of the biggest mistakes with the iPhone 5c was its polycarbonate body. Yeah, it was plastic when aluminum had become the material of choice for other iPhones. If the iPhone 6c is to succeed where the iPhone 5c fails it MUST have an aluminum body. An aluminum body means the device will be thinner and, of course, give it that sleek, sexy look.

The only case where the iPhone 6c could be forgiven if it does have a plastic body is if it's a truly budget iPhone. But the iPhone 5c was marketed as a low cost iPhone, yet it still sold for only $100 less than the iPhone 5s. For all the tech trade offs you needed to accept with the iPhone 5c, those savings weren’t worth it.

Cool color options

One thing the iPhone 5c did get right is that is came in five different colors: blue, green, pink, yellow, and white. Here’s hoping that the iPhone 6c continues that tradition, albeit with a colored aluminum body instead of a colored plastic one. Apple does colored aluminum very successfully in the iPod touch line, so they could more than carry it off with the iPhone 6c. We’re hoping for red, blue, green, and purple options along with a neutral black and a silver model as well.

32GB base storage, minimum

Look, this bit of advice doesn’t just go for the iPhone 6c, but every future iPhone as well. Apple needs to drop the 16GB entry level storage option. No one—I mean NO ONE—should ever buy a 16GB smartphone. You’ll use up all the storage as soon as you start recording HD video or taking lots of pictures. At the least the entry level iPhone 6c should offer 32GB of storage. If it doesn’t, Apple should just call it a day and not even release the iPhone 6c. We’re really hoping the iPhone 6c comes in at least two storage sizes: 32GB and 64GB.

A9 processor

Another reason the iPhone 5c was such a let down is because Apple stuck an older generation chip in it at the time. It had a A6 chipset at the time other iPhones had the much faster A7. Currently the flagship iPhone 6s features the A9 chipset. We really believe that considering the iPhone 6c is coming out almost six months AFTER the iPhone 6s it should sport the A9 chip as well. Why? Because in just 8 more months the next iPhone (the iPhone 7) will be coming out with the A10 chipset, so by that time the A9 chip in iPhone 6c will already be one generation old—and it probably won’t receive another spec bump until well into 2017. If Apple opts to only put an A8 in the iPhone 6c it will quickly become outdated.

Touch ID

Another thing the iPhone 5c lacked was the Touch ID fingerprint sensor. If you’ve ever used an iPhone with Touch ID you’ll know how much easier it makes your life. Unlocking your phone happens in microseconds—no passcode required. At the time of the iPhone 5c’s release the Touch ID was cutting edge tech on the then-new iPhone 5s. But now it’s tech that is to be expected, so Apple better include it on the iPhone 6c.

NFC and Apple Pay

Finally, there’s Apple Pay. If you’ve used Apple Pay, you’ll know how awesome it is. I can’t remember the last time I bought something using my chip and pin. I just wave my iPhone over the contactless terminal with my finger on the Touch ID and my payment is processed in seconds. Since Apple Pay has been around for two years now, I’m hoping that the iPhone 6c will support it. In order for it to do so it will need two things: the aforementioned Touch ID and also an NFC chip. Enabling Apple Pay on the iPhone 6c could go a long way to greatly expanding Apple’s mobile payment efforts.

15:08, 24 Jan 2016

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