iPhone 6SE shows up on GeekBench, whips the iPhone 6 off the stage
You should remain calm with this news, because even though that retail box that we showed you of the iPhone SE might have been the handiwork of one very good Photoshop artist, that doesn’t rule out the possibility of Apple going on to launch the next generation smartphones and giving them the names iPhone 6 SE and iPhone 6 SE Plus.
We are saying this because someone in China now claiming to have gotten a unit of the iPhone 6 SE and they even had enough time on their hands to run the device through GeekBench, giving us some specs to consider.
With the benchmark naming the smartphone an “iPhone 6 SE” by itself, the device was a very good sport when its processors were tested on each cores and with all of the cores together as a single unit.
All worked well and even delivered exceptional results in each case. The True Tone technology which was featured on the iPad Pro 9.7 was seen on this one too and we don’t think that there is an element of truth to that speculation that the home button would be ditched in favour of a virtual one because we saw one of such on this smartphone.
At this point, we are simply confused with the rate of overwhelming news we have had to process in such little time as concerns the next generation iPhones and the only saving grace now is Apple coming out to make an official announcement themselves.
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