Apple Will Launch A New iPhone SE Next Year

Apple Will Launch A New iPhone SE Next Year

Lindsey Duncan
November 24, 2017

Many of these people still would stick to the iPhone SE and are fine with the fact that the hardware is not as powerful as the other iPhones.

For those who suffer from short-arm-deep-pockets syndrome, Apple is releasing a new iPhone SE 2.

The new iPhone SE 2 will be priced at close to $349, nearly half the going price for Apple's latest release, the iPhone X. The iPhone SE in comparison has the Apple A9 processor.

There was scepticism when Apple released a small screen smartphone called iPhone SE in 2016 as consumers seemed to be going insane after big-screen phones and most original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) went with the trend but reality turned out to be different.

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According to the report by 9to5Mac the device will be exclusively manufactured in Wistron's plant in India. This is in line with the launched the iPhone SE, which was launched in March 2016. As the SE was significantly less expensive than Apple's luxury phones, it may very well be that the company is looking to focus their efforts on increasing their representation in the huge market that is India.

Apple has been adamant about keeping the smaller handset alive over the past few years, and it's nice to see the company is keeping its word by making some modern changes to the device so it can still compete in the market.

The iPhone SE 2 is believed to feature the Touch ID sensor that was launched with the iPhone 6S. With it's all-screen design, OLED display, lack of home button and sensor array, it looks unlike any iPhone we've ever seen.