Apple iPhone Rumors: iPhone SE2 Will Reportedly Release In March 2018

Laverne Mann
November 24, 2017

While we already know this information, a recent report by China's Economic Daily News via GizmoChina reveals that Apple could be gearing up to launch the iPhone SE 2 in Q1 2018.

The company's iPhone SE was last refreshed in March of this year with new memory configurations. Many Apple fans still believe that the iPhone SE - with its 4-inch screen - is the flawless size for a smartphone.

Once it arrives, Apple's iPhone SE 2 will reportedly fetch $450 (around £340). So, all the units sold (at least in India) will be made in India, which saves the import duty and the additional taxes on the company.

Taiwanese publication CENS (us neither) reports that Wistron, one of Apple's main manufacturing partners, is planning to build a new factory in India in order to ensure it has the production capacity to build the iPhone SE 2. Notably, the iPhone SE that is selling right now in India is also being assembled at this facility.

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Apple might be in works to big alterations to its iPhone lineup, but there's a chance that its 2018 lineup won't include only the models projected to go on sale in the fall. Could we see Face ID, wireless charging, and a lack of the headphone jack on the next iPhone SE?

As this design involves all-metal unibody design, the phone is not expected to feature wireless charging capability.

Details of specs are yet to be unveiled, but it's been claimed in the past that Apple will release 32GB and 128GB versions, with 2GB of RAM and a 12 megapixel camera. Share your views in the comment box.

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