Apple iPhone SE2 Coming Early Next Year, Targets iPhone 6 Users

Good news for Apple fans, especially those whose pocket could only afford a budget iPhone or wants a second phone. Apple is already working on the “iPhone SE2” but that will be launched early next year. According to Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst, the smartphone will come with an iPhone 8 design, A13 processor (found in the new iPhone 11 series) and 3GB of RAM.

In the front, the iPhone is also reported to pack a 4.7-inch LCD display with 1334 x 750p resolution (326ppi) and a Touch ID home button.

Does This Mean Apple Will Discontinue the iPhone 8?

The “iPhone SE2” price is estimated to start at $399 for the 32GB version like the old iPhone SE that Apple discontinued. It also alleged that Apple will not be selling the iPhone 8 again and that the “iPhone SE2” will take its place.

Targets iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Users

The analyst went further to say the “iPhone SE2” will be targetted towards iPhone 6 users as the new iPhone SE rocks even better specifications without the new iPhone features such as FaceID and multi-camera modules. With the bumped up specs, users get a fast and speedy iPhone experience together with the latest iOS 13 features – iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are among the devices that will not be upgraded to iOS 13.

Ming-Chi Kuo predicts that Apple will sell 30-to-40 million “iPhone SE2” units throughout next year after it gets launched presumably in March similar to when they launched the original iPhone SE in 2016.


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