A report in Chinese website QQ.com claims that the Cupertino giant will launch the smartphone at its annual developers conference, Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), in June 2018. Apparently, the new device will be a marked improvement over the iPhone SE which debuted some years ago.
The report claims that the smartphone's screen size will be upped from 4-inches to 4.2-inches - which seems a bit of an insignificant change. The date of Apple's WWDC 2018 event has not been confirmed but many are expecting to see iOS updates, a new iPad and even an iPhone SE 2 there. Unfortunately, only two of them can be active at once, which is the complete opposite case with the A11 Bionic, but it is still a powerhouse nonetheless. Under the hood will be the A10 fusion chipset, and the device is expected to feature 2GB of RAM along with 32GB of native storage.
The publication claims that iPhone SE 2 will be arriving with a design that is similar to the first-generation model.
According to Kuo's prediction, in order to keep the price down, Apple will not include high-end features like 3D facial recognition technology and wireless charging support in the iPhone SE 2.
Tell us down in the comments. Apple is also manufacturing the iPhone SE in India.
The iPhone SE, which was launched in March 2016, is now becoming a little old in the tooth - and fans of small screen iPhones are getting a bit antsy.
The iPhone SE 2 is one of three phones rumored to be coming in 2018. Sadly, this piece of information happens to be true as it came directly from one of China's KGI security analyst. Apple has likely dedicated most of its development resources to the 5.8-inch iPhone X2, 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus, and 6.1-inch LCD iPhone. When it comes to specifications though, not much is known about the second-generation of iPhone SE. This year, the WWDC is most likely to be held between June 4 and June 8.