IPhone SE 2 Is Not Coming

Posted: Jan 30 2018, 10:37am CST | by , in Apple

iPhone SE 2 is Not Coming

The iPhone SE 2 might not Arrive in the Market After All, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo

If rumors are anything to go by, the iPhone SE 2 may be getting an update in the current year. However, some analysts have denied that any such thing is about to happen. Apple may not have an iPhone SE 2 in its repertoire after all, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo via MacRumors.

Even if it makes it to the market, the update will most likely be a mild one. The specifications will be the kind that any Tom, Dick or Harry can avail. Also no novel features such as wireless charging or facial recognition will be available which is kind of sad.

There were three phones which were released last year by Apple. Then there are three more which are slated to come to shelves this year. The former included the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X.

Apple may lack the developmental acumen to come up with an SE 2. An update regarding the processor could still happen though. Yet all this is mere speculation.

Hopes for an SE 2 are currently low. The iPhone SE is an interesting part of Apple’s series. The supposed design of this iPhone seeks its inspiration from the iPhone 5. Also its internal specifications come from the iPhone 6S.

Something which is expected from this iPhone is an increase in processor speed. The SE had a high rating due to its cheap price and mini size.

Compared to the 6 inch iPhones, that are slated to come out this year, the SE iPhone makes more sense. Yet the deal is such that it is all still up in the air.

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