According to the report, the use of a "3D glass case" will "make curves" around all of the phone's edges. In case you missed it, a report from Macotakara earlier this month relayed that Apple's flagship 2017 iPhone - the one with the edgeless OLED display - won't be called the iPhone 8, but rather the iPhone Edition. As per the reports of a Kerala-based retailer named, ITNetTelecom on Twitter, Apple authorized offline retailers are selling the 4-inch Apple iPhone SE 16GB model at a lucrative price of Rs 19,999.
If this feature will make its way to the rumored iPhone 8, the difficulties of the multistep process of unlocking and locking the device will be lessened.
In an attempt to capture the mid-range smartphone market in India, Apple's authorized offline sellers have slashed the prices of iPhone SE by nearly Rs 10,000.
In addition, there is little information about the back design of the next iPhone.
Apple used a curved aluminum and plastic design for the original iPhone and plastic alone for the iPhone 3G.
According to a newly published Korean report, Apple's next iPhone is expected to embody a back side design with curved emphasis, resembling the initial iPhone and an anniversary symbol. The display will not be dramatically curved as in the case for Galaxy S7 Edge and it will just for aesthetic objective.
Apple had released the iPhone SE launched nearly exactly a year ago, with the India launch happening in early April.
The feature uses the front camera and some sensors to accurately detect a face. There are talks that Apple is developing long-range wireless charging that will not keep users in one spot as in the case of a Lightning cable or a dock. The iPhone SE 6 4GB variant will take on the likes of Xiaomi Mi 5 (Rs 22,999), Moto Z Play (Rs 24,999), Sony Xperia X (Rs 24,999), Google Nexus 5X (Rs 24,999), and OnePlus 2 (Rs 22,999 for 32 GB ROM, 4GB RAM). Also the offer is not available if the SE is purchased on EMI option. But, in September, the company had announced a price of Rs 5000.