IPhone SE 2 rumours reemerge

IPhone SE 2 rumours reemerge

APPLE IS PLANNING to release a successor to the "affordable" iPhone SE in 2018, according to reports. The iPhone SE 2 will also allegedly be available in 32GB and 128GB capacities, mirroring the storage options on the iPhone SE.

Apple might be in works to big alterations to its iPhone lineup, but there's a chance that its 2018 lineup won't include only the models projected to go on sale in the fall. This will effectively be Apple's "budget" iPhone, which the company will primarily push in markets like India and China. These two reports from legitimate sources make it look very likely that the iPhone SE 2 launch date will be within the first few months of the year. This is in line with the launched the iPhone SE, which was launched in March 2016.

The smartphone will produce experts of the company Wistron dealing with iPhone release SE in India. Previous rumors had suggested that the handset would launch this year.

The phone is said to be manufactured in India but will still be sold worldwide. Wistron has also set up manufacturing for Apple in India, and is now churning out the original iPhone SE in India itself. The upcoming iPhone is also expected to feature standard 3.5 mm headphone jack, so, one can expect decent quality earphones inside the retail package. Finally, coming to the camera capability, the iPhone is likely to use a 12 MP camera from the iPhone 7 with OIS and 4K video recording capability. Will it still retain a similar design as the iPhone SE, which looks like an iPhone 5s?

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