Apple To Launch All New iPhone SE 2 In Q1 2020 Based On The iPhone 8

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Just when we thought things were quiet with tipster Ming-Chi Kuo, we finally get word of a purported iPhone SE 2 that will most likely hit stores in Q1 2020. It’s about time!

The SE 2 will use the iPhone 8’s hardware components.

The iPhone SE 2 will pack the latest and greatest A13 chip from Apple and is targeted towards consumers that don’t dig the huge form factor that the current generation of iPhones have. The SE 2 will use the body of the iPhone 8, so it most definitely will support Touch ID and wireless charging. Features like 3D touch and Face ID will most likely be skipped to keep costs in check.

No Face ID this time around.

With Apple already being cost conscious with the recently launched iPhone 11 (700 USD), it won’t be surprising to see Apple keep the cost of the SE 2 uber competitive. Expect a price tag of around 499 USD for the base variant! Considering the SE 2 will pack the latest and greatest A13 chip it would be quite a steal at that speculative price.

We love the iPhone 8’s design in all honesty.
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As and when we get more information on this compact beast you can be sure that we’ll keep you updated right here on TechQuila!

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Siddharth Balajee
A doctor in the making who's an avid tech enthusiast. If this isn't a paradox I don't know what is.

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