Second-generation iPhone SE could be released next year

Second-generation iPhone SE could be released next year

Losing the home button and altering the design was a unsafe move, but one that was sorely needed after years of similarity and the premium design, extra power, all-screen front mix together to create - by far - the best iPhone Apple's ever made.

So, how will the next generation iPhone SE look like? 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.

According to a report by the China Economic Daily, a new SE 2 with the same 4-inch screen will be released by July of 2018, reported CNET.

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When Apple launched the current iPhone SE in 2016, it was a surprise hit. The iPhone SE was assembled in India, allowing the company to broaden its manufacturing wings and enter a new country. The iPhone SE in comparison has the Apple A9 processor.

Though we have an estimated time frame for the launch of the iPhone SE 2, we need to mention that this is not the first time that we are getting to know information about the iPhone SE successor. Design wise, it is extremely unlikely that Apple will equip the iPhone SE with an edge-to-edge display.

It looks like the iPhone 5 and comes with that similar four-inch display. Moreover, the SE also supports 4K video playback, which was not available on the iPhone 5S. The current model starts at US$349, US$200 cheaper than the next most affordable smartphone, Apple's iPhone 7.

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