[ 9to5 Mac ] Mark Gurman:
The new device is internally codenamed “N69,” 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.
An iPhone 5 with the iPhone 6’s curved cover glass and internals. I don’t know. iPhone 5se sounds a bit much for Apple.
Just the other day my friend SooSang and I were reminiscing about old games. He had taken his family to a video arcade in Oakland packed with old video games like Street Fighter, Donkey Kong, Galaga, Defender, Phoenix, Centipede, Pac Man, etc. He also mentioned he has a Mac SE.
SE. I guess Apple did use that so they could use it again. I guess.