Apple To Start Producing iPhone SE 2 In January 2020, An Apple Analyst Thinks

One of the most sought-after smartphones from Apple is the iPhone SE 2. The Cupertino-based company tried to turn the fans’ attention away from the iPhone SE lineup with the release of the iPhone XR in 2018 and the iPhone 11 model in 2019. However, the iPhone SE smartphone is still enjoying an army of fans, and the possibility of an iPhone SE 2 release is only meant to make more and more fans dream about the future device.

Now, and Apple analyst thinks that Apple will start producing iPhone SE 2 starting with January 2020. The first iPhone SE modeled rolled out in 2016, in March. In 2017, Apple re-released the device with increased storage capacity. Since then, the Cupertino-based company has kept the secrecy over a potential iPhone SE 2 release.

As reported by Macrumors, the reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo now said that the device would “look similar to the iPhone 8, and he believes it will be a popular upgrade option for existing iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S owners, serving as a key growth driver for Apple in 2020.”

Apple To Start Producing iPhone SE 2 In January 2020 – Possible Technical Specs

According to some other recent rumors and leaks, the possible iPhone SE 2 would come out with the following technical specifications:

  • 4.7-inch display
  • A13 CPU
  • 3 Gb RAM
  • Either 64 Gb or 128 Gb of internal storage

The iconic Home Button would also be present on the potential iPhone SE 2 that might also come out without 3D Touch.

According to Kuo, the launch of an iPhone SE 2 model would be the best idea that Apple had lately. The Cupertino-based company even estimated between 2 and 4 million sales within the first months after iPhone SE 2 would launch. That would definitely mean a considerable recovery from Apple in terms of sales. But Kuo even believes that Apple will start mass-producing iPhone SE 2 in January 2020, meaning the somewhere during early-Spring 2020, the device might start shipping around the world.

Wendy Chang

Wendy Chang

Wendy Chang was a reporter for Bleebot, covering news stories such as emerging technologies and gaming pieces.

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