Apple working on 'iPhone SE' promo showing 4K camera

Here's more on Apple's upcoming 4-inch iPhone, rumoured to be called iPhone SE (SE here is said to stand for Special Edition). According to a report in Apple Insider, iPhone SE's rear camera will support 4K videos. The report also claimed that Apple is planning to release a promo video that showcases 4K video shot entirely on the latest iPhone model. The smartphone is tipped to sport 8MP camera setup of iPhone 6. The company's iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S plus models, launched last year, also offer support for 4K videos. The rumoured small-screen iPhone is reportedly similar to iPhone 6S in looks, but in a smaller frame, and is powered by the current flagship's A9 chipset. It will also support features like Apple Pay and Live Photos but not 3D Touch, which will remain exclusive to iPhone 6S and 6S Plus for now. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, widely considered the most accurate researcher on Apple, previously said in a note that iPhone SE will be priced at $450. Apple currently sells the 2.5-year-old iPhone 5S at that price point. He also said that the price of iPhone 5S will be cut in half after the launch of iPhone SE. The Apple's March 22 event is also likely to see unveiling of a revamped iPad and some tweaks to the company's Watch lineup.

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