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iPhone SE 2 could be launching in Q1 2018

More reports about a successor of the iPhone SE. The second-generation of iPhone SE may really launch in 2018, according to a new report by Economic Daily News. We’ve already informed you months ago about Apple considering a hardware refresh of the original ‘Special Edition’ launched in March 2016. A possible iPhone SE2 or iPhone SE (2018) could be presented in March 2018, offering improved specs and some software features borrowed from iPhone 8/X. According to the reports, the iPhone SE 2018 will include the A10 Fusion processor, 2GB of RAM, 64 or 128GB storage. The battery is expected to[…]

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iPhone SE (2018 Edition) with an all-screen design

New renders reveal how the next iPhone SE may look like. We reported in August several iPhone rumors, like the one that Apple might be planning a second-generation of the 4-inch iPhone SE. The small iPhone may be called the iPhone SE 2018 Edition, and it’s likely to remain a 4-inch device with upgraded specs. But what if Apple decides to create a brand new design for the iPhone SE? If it has a similar design to the iPhone X, the phone may be close to a 5-inch device, while remaining with a similar size to the old 4-inch iPhone SE.[…]

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iPhone SE (2018 Edition) is real?

Apple to release an upgraded iPhone SE in early 2018. A month ago, we reported a wild rumor about Apple planning a second-generation of its 4-inch iPhone SE. According to a new report from Focus Taiwan, Wistron, the company selected to produce the next-generation small iPhone, will expand its production base in India. Wistron will start manufacturing the 4-inch iPhone SE 2018 Edition in late 2018, but the phone itself will not launch before the end of this year. As far as the possible specs of iPhone SE 2, the device will remain a 4-inch model, although its specs will be[…]

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