In the last few months, we’ve heard a lot about the Apple iPhone SE 2. While reports so far hinted that the smartphone would launch in May or in June at WWDC 2018 conference, latest rumors have some bad news. If you are expecting to see the smartphone in the next couple of months, you may be disappointed as latest rumors are claiming that Apple is planning to launch the smartphone in September, alongside the new series of iPhones.
The latest rumor also suggests that Apple still hasn’t settled on a final design for the iPhone SE 2, further confirming the September launch. There is also a lot of confusion around the screen size. The smartphone is expected to come with either a 4-inch or a 6-inch screen. There is also a possibility of Apple retaining the older design. However, all leaks have hinted at a full-screen display, with the notch at the top, just like the iPhone X.
The iPhone SE 2 is dubbed to be a cheaper version of the iPhone X. Previous rumors have claimed that the phone will be featuring the A10 Fusion SoC that Apple introduced with the iPhone 7. It might also feature 2GB of RAM and come in storage options of 32GB and 128GB. There is also a slight chance of the phone supporting a glass back and wireless charging. And while some reports claim that Apple will ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack, new reports claim that Apple may retain it.
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While there is no solid information around the iPhone SE 2, the smartphone is most likely not launching in the next month, at WWDC 2018. Hopefully, we will be getting some more information on the smartphone as more leaks pour in.