It looks like the new low-priced iPhone SE model from Apple won't hit store shelves as soon as expected. Often reliable KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has told clients that it will bring only minor internal upgrades such as a faster processor and an improved camera.
The imaging department on the iPhone SE 2 could consist of a better higher resolution camera compared to the existing 12-megapixel unit on the iPhone SE. Upon first glance, there is a striking resemblance to Apple's high-end model, the "X, ' which raises the question as to whether the new model will also have FaceID, the brand's famous facial recognition system". However, the recent development in this regard may disappoint those who have been holding on to their purchase for the next-generation affordable iPhone - it might be delayed up to September. There is also few possibilities of Apple retaining the older design. One of them will be a successor to the iPhone X and another will have a 6.5-inch screen called the iPhone X Plus, according to reports.
There's no official word on what's coming at this year's conference but the iPhone SE 2 could take centre stage. Apple's WWDC event usually focuses on software such as iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS.
The site shows a picture of a telephone instance, around a device shaped Such as an iPhone SE but using a top notch and with no house button. If the company chooses to release this model with Face ID technology without any major price hike, it could significantly cannibalize the sales of Apple's premium smartphones.
According to a report by Macotakara, the purported new device is nowhere even close to mass production as the company hasn't even finalized the design yet. Apple comprises 4.7% of David R. Rahn & Associates Inc.'s investment portfolio, making the stock its 3rd largest position.
Unlike the original iPhone SE, which debuted March 21, 2016, its iPhone SE 2 follow-up is reportedly going to debut around September.
The 6.1-inch phone will feature an aluminium frame similar to the iPhone 8 and the display will be an LCD panel instead of OLED, he predicted.
Apple has gone ultra-colorful before with the ill-fated iPhone 5C series, rolling out the handset in green, yellow, blue, white, and red.
The 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus will have similar specifications as the current design but an OLED display and 4GB of RAM, he predicts.