Last week Apple made official its new one iPhone SE 2020, a fact that has aroused many controversies and discussions as the new smartphone looks like an iPhone 8 but with an updated A13 processor. There is still an indiscretion in circulation that Apple would also be working on a iPhone SE Plus which should have been released in the first quarter of 2021. A note fromApple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, however, reports that the Cupertino house should have postponed the formalization of the new Plus model to the second half of next year.
iPhone SE Plus will arrive in the second half of 2021?
In a first report Kuo claimed that Apple was working on a "iPhone SE Plus"Which should have been released in the first half of 2021. Now the analyst believes that American society will have to delay the formalization of this model, perhaps due to the ongoing health emergency. The iPhone SE recently released a smartphone that combines an old design with a recent processor (the Apple A13 Bionic chip the same as the iPhone 11) and a truly captivating product for those who come from older iPhones such as iPhone 6 or iPhone 7.
It seems that the iPhone SE Plus will detach from the basic model as regards design and other technical details such as the Touch ID. The Plus model will have a display 5.5 or 6.1 inches with a full screen design, similar to the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro. However, it will not use Face ID and will present instead Integrated Touch ID in the power button on the right side of the device. Without Face ID, iPhone SE Plus will present one smaller notch as the front of the device should only contain a front camera, a microphone and a standard speaker. Kuo did not provide price details iPhone SE Plus but, if it belongs to the SE family, it will presumably have a lower price than Apple's flagship devices despite the full-screen design and the transferred Touch ID button.