IPhone SE 2 Launch Date Possibly Leaked and It's Close

IPhone SE 2 Launch Date Possibly Leaked and It's Close

Apple is reportedly working on several iPhone models and have registered those model numbers with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), a Russian-language regulatory organisation.

Apple's iPhone X is likely to be discontinued this year if earnings from one of the company's top suppliers is anything to go by, according to an analyst.

He clarified that any old inventory of iPhone X models will still be on sale, but no new ones will be produced. But Apple is known to have unique model numbers for different regions, which eliminates any doubts about seeing 11 iPhones. Not so surprising, given that Apple hasn't announced a new phone in June since the iPhone 4 in 2010. These model numbers are A1920, A1921, A1984, A2097, A2098, A2099, A2101, A2103, A2104, and A2106.

A next-generation iPhone SE also seems to fit with rumours that Apple is planning to launch an entry-level handset this summer. "Because the iPhone X is dead", Campling wrote in his note.

If that happens, Apple will replace the iPhone X with a newer model - because it knows there's consumer interest in the product, not because the iPhone X needed to be killed or was unsuccessful.

Speaking to the representatives from the website Mac Otakara at the Global Sources Mobile Electronics trade show in Hong Kong, case makers revealed that the next generation of iPhone SE, or the iPhone SE 2 will be launched in May. As per some reports, the iPhone SE 2 will have the A10 processor, 2GB RAM, and 32GB/128GB storage options.

Apple is expected to manufacture the iPhone SE 2 in India as it is natural to focus on emerging markets for its budget-friendly device. That's sooner than the predictions of a June launch at WWDC 2018. They also expect no changes to the front of the iPhone SE 2, which will preserve both a four-inch screen and Touch ID-laden Home button, though there is still some uncertainty as to whether the device's back will switch from metal to glass, enabling wireless charging.

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