Market analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is world famous for accurately predicting Apple's releases and movements. As such, the Asian analyst's latest prediction is the release of a sequel to the iPhone SE (Special Edition), originally released in 2016.
According to Kuo, this sequel to iPhone SE would be based on iPhone 8 in design and some specifications. A potential iPhone SE 2 would feature 3GB of RAM and a processor-level upgrade with the recent A13 bionic.
However, I think it would make more sense for Apple to launch an X-shaped iPhone SE with notch and no center button. The original iPhone SE was a kind of commemoration of the original iPhone design. With two generations of iPhones with the new design, does it make sense to launch an 'old school' device?
The points of interest of the original iPhone SE were its top specs in small size. The iPhone SE 2 could be a smaller iPhone X, ideal for users who still cherish a small 5 inch down format.
Apple again released iPhone SE for sale earlier this year
In early 2019, Apple returned the iPhone SE to the official website for sale, for an initial value of $ 249. Apple had previously withdrawn this model, leading many to believe it had been completely discontinued. This decision was probably driven by the low sales on iPhones that has hit Apple in recent times.
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