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Apple to release iPhone SE 2 with iPhone 8 design, A13 Processor



Apple to release iPhone SE 2 with iPhone 8 design, A13 Processor

Apple is getting the launch next version of the iPhone SE 2 in the first quarter of 2020. Nikkei Asian reported noted Apple will release a sub-$500 phone next year, in the spirit of the iPhone Se from 2016.

Kuo says that most of the new iPhone SEs hardware specifications will mirror the iPhone 8. The analysis Apple will sell 30-40 million units. The new version will have the latest A13 Bionic chip and 3GB of RAM. according to an earlier report, the phone is slated to sport a 4.7-inch LCD display. However, this might change, seeing as how Apple moving towards Face ID for unlocking the device.

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As per the report, there are more than 100 million people who are still using the iPhone 6, which will not get the latest iOS 13 update. So, if the company released the iPhone SE 2, it would be a perfect upgrade for them.

According to the report, this iPhone would be more affordable than an Entry-level price of $699 of the iPhone 11 and would feature an A13 processor and 3GB of RaM in the body of an iPhone 8.

This iPhone SE 2 would make it easy to discontinue the iPhone 8 duo altogether, which Apple still sells. Some iPhone users refuse to upgrade away from the home button. If the same hardware was refreshed, perhaps Apple would be able to keep their business.

An iPhone 8-sized will not necessarily appeal to iPhone SE users who crave the small compact 4-inch form factor. However, the iPhone 8 is still significantly smaller than any of Apple’s flagships introduced since then. At the very least, it’s an option for people who like small phones but still want to be able to take advantage of Apple‘s latest processor improvements.

Via: 9to5mac

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