Apple iPhone SE 2, Don't Expect it on 27th March

Greg Lawrence
March 27, 2018

Apple reportedly has plans to release a new colour variant of its flagship iPhone X in order to "restore sales" of the premium smartphone that is priced starting at nearly a thousand dollars in the USA, and much more in countries like India. The Compact line-up by Sony and iPhone SE are the only notable compact flagships released in the past few years and, with users demanding huge displays everyday, we are not even sure about the arrival of an iPhone SE 2.

There are many rumours swirling around the launch of the Apple iPhone SE 2.

Do you believe iPhone SE 2 exists? The report comes in the wake of a leak by reputed tipster Benjamin Geskin around a new "Blush Gold" iPhone X that is said to have gone into production. According to a new rumour, the smartphone will be manufactured in India, exclusively for India.

The budget iPhone SE 2 can cost around Rs. 25,000 to Rs. 30, 000 in India, that is around $400.

Macotakara doesn't provide any details on the new iPhone X model other than to say Apple's reasoning for releasing a new model is to "restore sales". If Apple doesn't have plans to sell the device outside of India, it would make so much sense to manufacture and assemble it in India instead of giving the task to Foxconn and Pegatron - its usual manufacturers.

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However, we can not ensure the reliability of the report, so take everything with a pinch of salt. On the software front, the iPhone SE 2 is likely to run iOS 12 out-of-the-box.

Rumors regarding iPhone SE 2 launch at upcoming WWDC have been floating around the web. The device will be powered by 2GB of RAM along with A10 quad-core processor. The iPhone SE 2 is expected to retain the Touch ID home button.

This again sounds similar to the device shown in the recent Weibo footage, which looked to have aluminium casing on the sides like the original SE.

Going by the rumoured specs and features about the iPhone SE 2, it will be interesting to see the phone with a comparatively higher display than its first version.

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