Apple loyalists have probably marked in March 15 on their calendars as the day when the Cupertino tech giant may launch the iPhone 5se along with other much-anticipated products. But now it appears that the D-day may be arriving a tad later than what was being widely accepted by tech aficionados across the globe.

A report on Re/code suggests that the event may well be taking place in the week of March 21. No exact date has been stated and it is unclear whether this was Apple’s plan all along or the dates have actually been pushed back from March 15. Apple fandom may be well aware that many reports suggested March 15, as the D-day when the company was expected to bring out the iPhone 5se.

Furthermore, a previous report on AppleInsider citing Korean website UnderKG strengthens this claim that Apple may have indeed zeroed in a day in the week of March 21 for the launch. Reportedly, Apple employees had been requested to keep their calendars free for days surrounding March 22, possibly for an event.

Just to recap, the 4-inch iPhone may adorn the iPhone 5s form factor with solid internals of the iPhone 6s. Which means that the upcoming device will probably be powered by an A9 chip and boast of Live Photos feature and Apple Pay. However, the handset won’t be extending support for the 3D Touch feature, in order to further distinguish it from the rest of the iPhone 7 lineup.

As many may be aware, the company is not only expected to unveil the iPhone 5se, but it may also be gearing up to introduce the a smaller 9.7-inch iPad Pro along with some new Apple Watch bands. The smaller iPad Pro will boast of more or less same features as its elder sibling including the presence of the A9X chip as well as support for the Apple Pencil.

Fans can keep coming back for more updates and information on the much-talked about 4-inch Apple iPhone.