OK, I know, this is a big thing, I assume that there are loads of threads here on this topic. But I haven't been on the iPhone forum in a while. But now I'm suddenly interested in this new 4-inch iPhone, and what it could mean. First, the name. I was VERY against the '5SE' name. But now this, 'iPhone SE' name has popped up, and I'm intrigued. Does this mean that they're moving away from the whole 5, 5S, 6, 6S, 7, 7S, etc. naming scheme, and coming up with a new one altogether? We're also seeing reports of an 'iPhone Pro'. Not iPhone 7 Pro. I never really liked the numbering. Thought that it was a dumb and repetitive naming scheme. Of course, this SE could just be a misreading of the rumoured 5E name from a couple of months ago. Or the other way around. Still, both are better than 5SE. Next, design. I was quite intrigued by this leak: https://twitter.com/onleaks/status/702613804824322048 This is from OnLeaks, probably the most reliable source that there is. This shows a new design altogether, with elliptical edges, like a mixture between flat and curved. The middle phone in this article pretty much tells the story: http://www.martinhajek.com/to-se-or-not-to-se/ I think that this phone isn't designed as a smaller version of the 6 or 6S, or a replacement to the 5S, but as a whole new phone, and an opening into the path that Apple is taking. What do you guys think?