Preview of the new iPhone SE 2 coming out soon, here are the features of the iPhone SE 2 and Apple's intention to maintain the availability of an accessible device
The new iPhone SE 2, in Exit soon (the release scheduled between May and June), shows the intent of Apple to maintain the availability of a smaller, more economical device, with respectable technical characteristics.
iPhone SE 2 output
The rumors of a new iPhone SE 2 have reached the point where its publication appears to be a foregone conclusion. According to the Japanese website Mac Otakara and the well-known leaker Benjamin Geskin, the new phone should appear between the beginning of May and the WWDC Keynote of June 4th. All reports seem to agree that the SE 2 may include an improvement in the A10 Fusion processor and will keep its current form and four-inch screen. Based on this, a modest press release to be launched next month, before the WWDC, seems likely.
iPhone SE 2 technical features
There are other aspects of the device and possible changes that are still under discussion. One is the potential removal of the headphone jack, which would be a peculiar omission, unless Apple can focus on a specific internal feature to be added in its place. One could be the move to a glass for the body that can work with the addition of wireless charging. Supply chain analyst Apple Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities mentioned this in January, but the aforementioned Mr. Geskin published a rendering of this device on Twitter and stated that it is already in production.
iPhone SE 2 output
Regardless of the technical aspects, a positive point that seems plausible that Apple intends to continue producing the iPhone SE 2 for the near future.
In a smartphone market where attention is focused almost exclusively on large devices and flagship devices, it seems to be a good thing that Appland continue to balance the offer a little by proposing a device with a smaller form, but with recent specifications. Although it could keep old-style frames and a Home button with TouchID, the iPhone SE 2 will still remain a viable option for iOS users, particularly for those who prefer the smaller screen and a classic form.