Previously NV was reported that Apple probably will change the approach to the names of the new smartphones iPhone line, and will clean out the numbers. Both are built around an aluminium frame with glass back that lets the devices support wireless charging.
- The word on the street is that Apple is likely to bring back its 3.5mm jack in iPhone SE 2.
And in conjunction with the suspected death of the expensive iPhone X, rumors have begun to swirl about Apple's next move, with many speculating that a second generation iPhone SE might be in the works due to its affordability. That shouldn't be too much of a shock, seeing as how the the SE was created to be a low-priced alternative. Meanwhile, there have been many conflicting reports surrounding the design of the handset.
Also as per the images, the iPhone SE 2 is expected to come with a redesigned back panel with the brand logo near the bottom.
Japanese blog Macotakar also suggests that Apple will do away with the headphone jack on the iPhone SE 2, and suggests that it could potentially be waterproof and have an A10 chip.
Citing a source within the supply chain, Fast Company reports that the iPhone X production has been reduced to just 8 million units in the April-June quarter. The limited edition iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus came in the Red color finish with a matching aluminum band and a sleek black front. As per the grapevine suggest, every year the "iPhone SE 2" reportedly comes on the market but nothing new shows up at any of the events. On the other hand, the Phone 8 Plus offers a 5.5-inch retina display with dual rear 12MP+12MP cameras along with a 7MP sensor at the front.
Apple iPhone SE 2 price: How much will the iPhone SE 2 cost? However, the hardware is dated at this point having been released two years ago, with the only upgrade to the device coming in the form of 32GB and 128GB storage variants.
The lack of demand for Apple's premium iPhone model can be seen in the earnings reports of some its suppliers.
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