Apple reportedly planning an iPhone SE 2 for Q1 2018

by Lawrence Cooper November 24, 2017, 0:38
Apple reportedly planning an iPhone SE 2 for Q1 2018

In terms of overall design and aesthetics, the company is expected to use the same chassis as that of the original iPhone SE with improved hardware and the latest software.

The report states that the successor of the iPhone SE will be assembled exclusively by Wistron, the Taiwanese manufacturer at its Bengaluru manufacturing facility. The fact that the original iPhone SE found many takers is prove enough that people still like small screen smartphones.

So, how will the next generation iPhone SE look like?

Not much is known about the upcoming iPhone, but CENS says it probably won't be that different to the original iPhone SE - once the best selling smartphone in the United Kingdom - with Apple set to equip the device with the same 4in display as its predecessor. The device was also reduced a few months ago and now starts at $349 for the 64GB model.

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The device is rumored to be powered by the Apple A10 processor and will come with 2GB of RAM and will apparently comes with a choice of 32GB and 128GB of storage.

The iPhone SE 2 is believed to feature the Touch ID sensor that was launched with the iPhone 6S.

So, what do you think about the iPhone SE 2nd Edition?

Unfortunately, there is no indication on if the iPhone SE will receive a refreshed or all-new exterior design to go along with its upgraded internals. Share your views in the comment box.


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