Apple launched new iPhones today, all three of which welcome in new technology and continue to not use a 3.5mm headphone jack. And as a result, older models are getting the boot.
Some sketchy photos have surfaced on China’s Sina Weibo which claims to show the iPhone SE 2. The handset in video features a glass back at the rear but largely looks similar to the original iPhone SE.
Mobile case makers have revealed to Japanese website Mac Otakara at the Global Sources Mobile Electronics trade show that Apple will be unveiling the updated iPhone SE in May. While that’s an unusual time for Apple to release an iPhone, there might just be some truth here if you factor in the recent regulatory filings in Eurasia which point to an impending iPhone release.
If the rumor mill is any indication, then there appears to be quite the desire out there for Apple to launch a proper successor to the iPhone SE.
The iPhone SE was a moderately successful device for Apple. The rumor mill has been rife with speculation about a successor joining the fray. We are now encountering a video concept of this device, known for now as the iPhone SE 2.
2018 is shaping up to be an exciting year for Apple, as far as new devices are concerned, and if the rumor mill is to be believed at all.
We have heard plenty of rumors surrounding the iPhone SE 2 so far. Apple is expected to launch an upgrade to the 4-inch phone later this year with upgraded internals, wireless charging, and a better camera. A new report from DigiTimes analyst claims that the iPhone SE 2 will enter into mass production in Q2 of this year.
Apple launched the first iteration of the iPhone SE back in 2016, and, since then, the first-generation product has not seen a follow-up from the company.
A new report from China claims that Apple will be unveiling the iPhone SE in the first half of 2018. The handset is tentatively named iPhone SE 2 and will be assembled by Apple’s manufacturing partner Wistron in Bengaluru, India. Wistron currently assembles the iPhone SE in the same factory.
Texas Rangers investigating the Sutherland Springs church shooting have issued a search warrant to Apple ordering them to unlock the shooter’s iPhone SE. The shooter also had another LG feature phone on his person, although the authorities don’t want to confirm this because they “don’t want to tell every bad guy out there what phone to buy.”