Apple's wallet-friendly iPhone SE (wallet-friendly by Apple standards, that is) could make a return to stores according to a report from the Economic Daily News in China. According to 9to5Mac, it is likely that the SE 2 will receive the A10 chip now used by iPhone 7 units. After the release of the new models the iPhone SE decreased.
To recall, Apple captured the interest of the public by introducing a standard edition iPhone back in March 2016. The report also talks about how Apple iPhone SE has been adopted in low-end markets, and that's the reason the company is building generation two of the device.
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There was scepticism when Apple released a small screen smartphone called iPhone SE in 2016 as consumers seemed to be going insane after big-screen phones and most original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) went with the trend but reality turned out to be different. Though it looks like a relic next to the X, it might not be the last LCD iPhone that Apple ever releases.
Not much is expected to change as far as hardware is concerned, but Apple will most likely replace the A9 chip that powers the current iPhone SE with the A10 chip that is found in the iPhone 7. It lets fans of the smaller 4-inch screen retain the pocket-friendly size, but benefit from near-flagship specs.
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The phone is said to be manufactured in India but will still be sold worldwide. It is also reported that it will come with a price tag of $450.
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