iPhone SE 2 Will Be Assembled in India but Is Not Going to See a WWDC Announcement, Claims Latest Rumor
Despite lots of rumors saying that the iPhone SE 2 is not going to be produced, it looks like Apple is going to be preparing a compact handset for the masses later down the road, but it is not going to be announced during WWDC. Additionally, the company also has plans to assemble the device in India, where Apple might have a very effective plan up its sleeve.
iPhone SE 2 Being Assembled in India Might Mean Lots of Consumers Might Be Willing to Purchase a Capable and Slightly Less Expensive iPhone Compared to the Rest of the Pack
Apple has already started the iPhone SE assembly in India, so it comes as a little surprise that this sketchy rumor believes the iPhone SE 2 is going to be prepared in the aforementioned country as well. According to the source, the unveiling of the device is not going to take place at WWDC so we’ll have to wait for a later event to take place in the year.
iPhone SE 2 - Specifications & Features
The iPhone SE 2, as rumors are claiming could be a smaller screen version of the iPhone 7. That being said, it could feature an Apple A10 Fusion chipset which sports two performance cores and two efficient ones. Unfortunately, only two of them can be active at once, which is the complete opposite case with the A11 Bionic, but it is still a powerhouse nonetheless.
The phone is also expected to feature 2GB of RAM coupled with 32GB or 128GB storage capacities. We don’t believe that the iPhone SE 2 is going to be sporting a dual-camera because Apple could once again be targeting a smaller price tag and to do that, it is going to have to make a few compromises down the road. However, the phone might provide support for wireless charging, which is also the reason that it could fetch a higher price than the iPhone SE.
If you want to know more about the iPhone SE 2, be sure to check out our extensive features, specifications, pricing and release date roundup here.
News Source: Tekz24
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