iPhone SE 2 May Become Reality

Apple just held their media event yesterday in New York City and during the event it revealed the names for some of the best apps and games of 2019. However, the company did not release any new product. Though we all are eagerly waiting for the release of Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR, it is yet to become available.

As we all are getting ready to say good bye to 2019, rumors are already out in the wild that a new iPhone SE 2 may become available by early next year. Though no specific date has be provided, it is being expected to become available by the end of March 2020.

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is very well known for his accurate predictions on Apple products is going one step ahead saying that Apple will ship around 20 million units of this new iPhone SE 2. If things goes according to the plan, Apple may even go up to 30 million units. MacRumors along with many other popular tech websites has recently reported on this topic and it seems like people are also taking it very seriously.

As far as the features are concern, it is being reported that Kuo has shared his view on this as well stating that it will resemble the iPhone 8. In other words, new iPhone will be sharing lots of features from iPhone 8 including a 4.7 inch display along with a single-lens rear camera. However, just like the older iPhone SE, this new phone would be using top of the line A13 chip which is currently being used on iPhone 11 and 11 Pro with 3GB of RAM.

Though there are no way to verify the potential design of this upcoming iPhone, there are so many images that are circulating in online of this hypothetical iPhone. Here is one of them for you, just in case if you are so eager to see.
iPhone SE 2 Concept DesigniPhone SE 2 Concept Design. © PhoneArena.

It is being expected that this iPhone will be priced at $399 and will replace the current iPhone 8 which is being sold at $449 from Apple. Slashing down $50 for this upcoming iPhone is being highly focused for the growing markets like India and China where low-cost smartphones are quite popular. At the same time, it could be a very good alternative or upgrade option for people who are still using older generations of iPhones.

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