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Apple's Upcoming iPhone SE 2 Might Be Renamed To iPhone 9


According to a new report from a Japanese blog Mac Otakara, iPhone SE 2 that are expected to launch in March 2020, will be called the iPhone 9. The ‘iPhone 9’ title can be owed to the fact that iPhone SE 2 would have the same chassis as that of iPhone 8, reports MacRumors. The new iPhone SE 2 would be similar to iPhone 8 that has a 4.7-inch screen and would be a great upgrade for people who are still using an iPhone 6 or 6s.

Apple analyst, Ming Chi-Kuo, revealed back in October that iPhone SE 2 would be priced the same as its predecessor, the iPhone SE, that was launched back in March 2016. Moreover, Kuo also claimed that iPhone SE 2 would feature Apple’s A13 chipset, 3GB of RAM and 64/128GB of storage, which is good enough for an entry-level phone.

However, the iPhone SE 2 won't have 3D touch, but that’s not too surprising given that iPhone 11 also doesn’t have the feature. Also, it won’t have the face ID option and would instead use a touch ID fingerprint reader.

Moreover, iPhone SE 2 would make use of a 10-layer Substrate like PCB for its motherboard, and it’s the same technology that’s been used by iPhone 11. The phone will come in three different variants including silver, space grey, and red.

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