Apple’s iPhone SE fans around the globe can afford to smile after a very long time as rumors suggest Apple’s gone into the making of iPhone SE’s successor, the iPhone SE 2. iPhone SE remains to be one of the most loved models from Apple for its elegant design and exceptional performance. The demand for this masterpiece never actually dropped, which made Apple announce that they’ll stop producing any more of the model to let the sales of other models go up.
Reports by MacRumors suggest that Apple is planning to use iPhone 8’s internal to build the iPhone SE 2. Rumors don’t often turn out to be true, but this one does have enough substance for it to be true. The rumors began from Apple’s supply chain in Asia, who claims that the rumor could very well be true. In case the rumors turn out to be true, the iPhone SE 2 will have an A11 bionic processor, coupled with 3 GB of RAM and two variants of 64 GB and 128 GB of ROM. Touch ID will be the more likely option than the face ID considering the small size of the device, which will be retained from the previous model. The model is expected to release around 2020, if rumors are to be believed.
Talking about new iPhones, Apple recently confirmed three new models, the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and the iPhone XR2. The three new phones were confirmed after Apple chose to publicly file model numbers for these devices in the Eurasian Database. They registered a total of 11 model numbers with two clear product lines; A21 and A22. All the three devices are expected to have three storage variants each. WWDC 2019 is expected to take place in June, which well might see the iOS 13 getting unveiled.