Apple Will Launch A New iPhone SE Next Year

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Apple's wallet-friendly iPhone SE (wallet-friendly by Apple standards, that is) could make a return to stores according to a report from the Economic Daily News in China.

The report also contained information about the iPhone SE 2 manufacturer, which seems to be exclusively the Taiwanese company Wistron - manufacturer of the current generation SE. Currently, the iPhone SE selling in India are being assembled at the same factory.

This is a substantial hike from Apple's older models, its iPhone 8 and 8Plus were priced at $699 and $799, respectively. The demand for any new iPhone - but especially one more affordable and accessible to a large amount of people - will no doubt be high, which necessitates this expansion.

We heard rumors about a new iPhone SE earlier this year and now it looks like Apple could be planning to launch the handset next year.

When Apple launched the current iPhone SE in 2016, it was a surprise hit.

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We don't know much about Apple's plans for the iPhone SE 2.

Some of Apple's fans are still sticking to the age-old thought of a 4-inch phone is as big as you will ever need it to be.

It is rumored that the iPhone SE 2 will feature an upgrade in its processor, as well as some major improvements in the camera department. Design wise, it is extremely unlikely that Apple will equip the iPhone SE with an edge-to-edge display.

The iPhone SE 2 is expected to stick with a 4-inch display.

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