"iPhone 6c" was the early moniker given to Apple's upcoming 4-inch iPhone before it evolved into the "iPhone 5se" and finally the "iPhone SE."
At A Glance
- Before Apple's 4-inch iPhone launched in March of 2016, it was called by several names, including iPhone 6c, iPhone 5se, and iPhone SE. "iPhone SE" turned out to be the correct name, and details on the new phone are available in the iPhone SE roundup.
iPhone SE Features
- 4-inch display
- A9 chip
- Touch ID
- Apple Pay support
- 12-megapixel rear camera
- Live Photos support, but no 3D Touch
- $399 starting price
iPhone 6c Becomes iPhone SE
The "iPhone 6c" was one of the early names rumored for Apple's 4-inch iPhone before it launched on March 21, 2016 as the "iPhone SE." The iPhone SE combines the body of the iPhone 5s with many of the internals of the iPhone 6s, such as the A9 processor and 12-megapixel camera, resulting in a powerful but compact device.
For details on the iPhone SE, make sure to check out our full iPhone SE roundup.