Apple launched the first iPhone SE in 2016, which was a compact powerhouse at that time. It has a four-inch screen and packs the same A9 processor as the iPhone 6. It has a lot of its bigger sibling’s features but was released at a more affordable price.
It appears that Apple is doing this strategy again next year by launching the iPhone SE 2. The Cupertino-based tech giant is hoping to replicate the success of the first Phone SE by releasing a predecessor with some of the interesting features of the iPhone 11. On YouTube, a user named ConceptCreator shared his interpretation of what the iPhone SE 2 would look like based on the leaks and speculations surrounding the upcoming handset.
The video shows a neat render of what the Apple iPhone SE 2 would look like if the speculations are true. It shows a similar design as the original iPhone SE with metal edges machined and a four-inch display. The upcoming device is updated with the absence of the headphone jack and retaining the lightning-only connector to be aligned with the modern iPhone models.
Talks about the arrival of Apple iPhone SE 2 started when reputable Apple tipster and TFI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that it would be released in 2020 along with several other new Apple products. The Taiwan-based analyst also stated in his earlier reports that the upcoming iPhone SE 2 will have the look of the iPhone 8 and will be retailed at around $399. Several leaks that followed claimed that the next SE iteration could sport a 4.7-inch display, no FaceID, and a home button.
Other reports claim that the iPhone SE 2 might have a single rear camera instead of the dual-camera configuration available on the iPhone 11. Several other sources reported that it could house the A13 processor and compatibility to iOS 13, which are both present on the iPhone 11. Additionally, it is anticipated to have 3 GB of RAM with 64 GB or 128 GB storage.
For now, these are mere predictions, speculations, and rumors, and nothing is official yet about the iPhone SE 2. We suggest taking this information with a pinch of salt and with skepticism.