A leaked iPhone case reportedly seen in a Best Buy warehouse could suggest that the launch of Apple's next iPhone is imminent.
Despite the iPhone SE 2 not even being officially announced by Apple yet, case makers are already taking preorders for the new model.
According to a new report by Bloomberg, Apple's reported new low-cost iPhone may start hitting production in February.
A rumor suggests that Apple's 2020 5.4-inch iPhone will actually be an update version of the iPhone 8, featuring an A13 chip and Face ID rather than Touch ID.
The rumored iPhone SE 2 might be called iPhone 9 instead, according to one report. The phone is said to be launching next year.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has issued further predictions claiming that Apple will launch a new iPad Pro as well as the 'iPhone SE 2' in the first half of 2020.
TF Securities' analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that the iPhone SE 2 could sell between 20 and 30 million units in 2020, that is of course if it even exists.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that he expects the so-called iPhone SE 2 to include a new, improved antenna design when it goes into mass production in the early part of 2020.
Do people want an updated entry level iPhone SE 2? A new small flagship iPhone iPhone SE X? Neither? Both?
It's small enough to fit into the tightest back pockets and is plenty iPhone for some people, but will we ever see another SE again?
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