so I see

so I see

That is apparently or obviously the case. Used especially when one dislikes what is being discussed. A: "Daddy, Tommy is making a big mess with his cereal!" B: "So I see, sweetie. I'll go get a paper towel to clean it up." A: "We ran into some issues rendering the footage, so it looks a little distorted." B: "Yes, so I see."
See also: see

so I ˈsee!

used to say that somebody does not need to tell you about the present situation because it is obvious, especially when you are not happy about it: ‘I’m afraid I’m a bit late this morning.’ ‘So I see.’