Apple is reported to be working on a new, cheaper iPhone SE 2 with some of the same features as the latest iPhone 11, such as the Bionic A13 chip. The successor to the iPhone SE might be a good option for the people who still love the old form factor of Apple’s design.
The phone is supposed to sort the iPhone 11 A13 CPU, backed up by 3 GB of RAM, and deliver either 64 GB or 128 GB of storage. That’s 1 GB of RAM down from the iPhone 11’s 4 GB RAM and the phone loses out on the top 256 GB space level, but something needs to be there to draw you to the lower-tiered iOS handsets.
The design language is supposed to be similar as that of the iPhone 8, with a curved style will be used somewhat like the original iPhone SE. The device will include a 4.7-inch display and a Touch ID home button.
According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the alleged “iPhone SE 2” will feature an A13 Bionic chip, 3 GB RAM, and 64GB/128 GB storage options, while 3D Touch will be excluded. The phone will launch in Space Gray, Gold, and Red colors in the first quarter of 2020, adding that pricing is likely to begin at $399.