Apple's next phone have been floating around the rumor mill for quite a long time. The highly anticipated successor to the current generation iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus has also been subject to a bunch of leaks as well.

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Despite the lack of an official announcement, leaks surrounding the new iPhone have been pouring in from all corners. Lining with this, two recently surfaced leaks have given smartphone enthusiasts a brief glimpse of the radically redesigned new smartphone, which is also alluded to as the iPhone 7S, iPhone X, iPhone Edition or simply the tenth anniversary iPhone.

While it remains to be seen which of these alleged monikers the coveted smartphone will come bearing, there's a new addition in the form of an all new Iphone Se.

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This shred of information comes from reliable tech tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer (@OnLeaks), who has divulged definite renders of the purported handset in collaboration with MySmartPrice. OnLeaks based the speculation on the factory CAD drawings that he obtained.

This aligns with other leaks that have been hinting at a considerably scaled down top and bottom bezel, glass-backed chassis, the absence of the standard home button and a vertically positioned dual rear camera.

Moreover, the render shows a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, contrary to reports suggesting that the Cupertino-based tech titan will resort to integrating the sensor directly into the front display even if it resulted in delayed launch of the already long-awaited device.

Apple iPhone SE: release date, leaks, and rumors

As if that weren't enough to stir conversations among smartphone enthusiasts, the first pre-production photos of what rumors claim to be the new iPhone SE have found their way on the internet.

The images give us a peek at the posteriors of a phone, which some say could be the iPhone SE 2 or SE Series 2.

The design elements including the curves and the single rear camera seem to bear a striking resemblance to the current generation iPhone 7. However, Apple has neither confirmed nor denied these speculations and concrete details about Apple's next flagship device are quite hard to come by too.

Nevertheless, this coincides with the timeline predicted by the usually accurate analysis Ming Chi-Kuo, who anticipated a delayed release of a second generation iPhone SE. According to Kuo, the next iteration of the SE series will not be announced until the second half of this year.

If rumors proved to be true, the 7S and the 7S Plus models could arrive alongside the iPhone 8. In other words, Apple could be taking the wraps off four new iPhones in Q2 of 2017.

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