According to a recent report inmedia, the iPhone SE2, which has been rumoured to be numbered in recent times, may end up with the iPhone 9 because it looks more like an upgrade to the iPhone 8 than the iPhone SE. Apple will launch the iPhone SE2 in the first quarter of next year, and its overall design is very similar to most hardware specifications and the iPhone 8 Main specifications include the A13 chip, 3GB LPDDR4X memory, 64GB/128GB storage options, color shades of dark gray, white and red. In addition, the iPhone SE2 is expected to start at $399 (about $2,823).
It has previously been reported that the iPhone SE2 could be shipped up to 30 million units by 2020, and that the iPhone 6 and 6S series will be its main user base.
To cut costs, the iPhone SE2 may not have a better camera than the one in the iPhone 11 series. The iPhone SE2 will retain the Home key instead of a Face ID. In addition, the iPhone SE2 will not be equipped with 3D Touch.
Although most of the hardware specifications for the iPhone SE2 will be similar to the iPhone 8. But the excellent computing power and more affordable power of the A13 processor and 3GB LPDDR4X memory will be a great selling point for the iPhone SE2.
It’s worth noting that yesterday’s report from analyst Guo Mingyu showed that Apple will release the iPhone SE2 Plus in the first half of 2021, with a screen size of 5.5 or 6.1 inches, a full-screen design, and a smaller Range of Liuhai area because it does not support Face ID. The ID will be integrated with the side power key.
Apple may remove the Lightning connector from its high-edition iPhone models in 2021, meaning they will need wireless charging, the report said.
The removal of the Lightning connector, along with other unusual updates, will boost shipments and average selling prices for high-end iPhone models, Mr. Guo wrote. Without the connector, he said, the high-edition iPhone would provide a “full wireless experience.”