Rumors about the iPhone SE2 have long been the "evergreen tree" of Apple's new product rumors, and Apple may indeed have plans to launch this model, but it may not be the same as the "small screen fighter" you imagined.
According to the latest analysis report of Guo Ming, an industrial analyst,IPhone SE2 will be positioned close to the iPhone 8 currently on saleStill non-comprehensive screen plus glass fuselage rear cover design, the final design will also be close to the iPhone 8, rather than the rumored small size "full screen" machine.
Specifically, Mr. Guo said that the "iPhone SE2" would take the same A13 bionic chip as the iPhone 11 series with a combination of 3 GB of LPDDR4X 64/ 128GB of memory, and the color is the traditional deep, white, silver, and red. In addition, the 3D Touch module that has been removed on the iPhone 11 series will also be difficult to appear on the iPhone SE2.
Guo predicts that the iPhone SE2 will become the "best switch choice" for many users of the iPhone 6 and 6S series. "We estimate that there are about 17-200 million users using the 6-S and 6-S series of the iPhone at present. Because iOS 13 does not support the 6-S series of the iPhone, there is an urgent need for switching between users of the 6-S series of the iPhone. "The 6/6S series of the iPhone can't run part of the content and services of Apple smoothly because of its weak computing A9/A10 processor (Editor's Note: The 6/6S processor of the iPhone should be A8/A9). Therefore, if the existing users of the 6/6S series of the iPhone are upgraded to the SE2 of the iPhone equipped with stronger A13, it will be beneficial for Apple to promote content and services to these people. "
As for the date of listing, Guo Mingli predicted that Apple might be on the market.The first quarter of next year will be the launch of the iPhone SE2, starting at $399 (about 2,800 yuan, probably around 3,000 yuan domestically, referring to the 64GB iPad Mini price at home and abroad).And it is expected to achieve annual sales of 30 million units next year.
I wonder if such an "iPhone SE2" is the same as you imagined? If Apple did launch such a model, would you consider buying it?