iPhone 9/SE2 name disension? Apple considers naming a new A13 processor with ‘iPhone’

While there are uncertainties about whether it will be released in March, Apple is preparing an A13 processor that looks like the iPhone 8. Jon Prosser, a whistleblower, learned from an Apple employee that the new device would not appear to be named “iPhone 9” or “iPhone SE 2” but simply “iPhone”, according tomedia.

This may seem strange, but there are traces, and the same exists in the current iPad line without any digital suffixes. Outside analysts, Apple may be doing this to pave the way for the future of the iPhone Air/iPhone Pro.

iPhone 9/SE2 name disension? Apple considers naming a new A13 processor with 'iPhone'

In terms of price, the new “iPhone” 64GB is priced at $399, 128GB is $450, and the national bank is available for sale at $3,288.

Yesterday, the so-called “iPhone 9” video flowed out, the shape is indeed the same as the iPhone 8, and the new reference to the iPhone 11 green version, quite lively young.

iPhone 9/SE2 name disension? Apple considers naming a new A13 processor with 'iPhone'