Though we have seen a few renders of a 4-inch iPhone SE with an edgeless display - and though such a design is compelling - it's hard to imagine Apple going down this route given that an edgeless display with Face ID components would only serve to reduce margins on an already low-cost device. The iPhone maker reported $2.73 EPS for the quarter, topping the consensus estimate of $2.69 by $0.04.
A cheaper iPhone model with similar design to X might come in a variety of bright colors. Plus adding more fuel of a possible notch design on the front fascia are the images showcasing a screen protector/tempered glass for a smaller iPhone. And now, new reports have emerged concerning the SE 2. Upon first glance, there is a striking resemblance to Apple's high-end model, the "X, ' which raises the question as to whether the new model will also have FaceID, the brand's famous facial recognition system". Because the iPhone 8 doesn't have it.More news: Eurovision victor Netta Barzilai lands in Israel
But however, the successor of iPhone SE would have unaltered aesthetics except for a glass back to facilitate wireless charging. And should have at least the A11 Bionic process if not the A12. It has a bezel-less design with no physical home button or Touch ID.
Folks at MacRumors also recently obtained case renders from the accessories maker Olixar. However, Apple also has to be careful not to cannibalize the sales of its more expensive device by releasing a $550-$700 phone that appeals to everyone. Since Apple hasn't yet decided on which prototype would enter mass production, it's hard to say what the device would look like.More news: Conte: EPL Fifth Position Not Acceptable, I'm Committed To Chelsea
According to every single rumor we've seen so far, Apple is going to release three new iPhones this fall. Apple makes up about 3.9% of Rothschild Capital Partners LLC's investment portfolio, making the stock its 7th largest position. Or so we thought. iPhone SE 2 has been in news for quite some time now and rumours till now have been consistently suggesting that the Cupertino-based tech giant could launch the device in June during its annual developer's conference WWDC 2018. Apple iPhone SE will be the next budget-friendly iPhone by the company, but the original twist is that this one will come with a full-screen display just like the iPhone X. The phone is expected to launch with a screen size of either 4-inch or 6-inch. Mac Otakara's sources might be talking about the LCD iPhone, which would hit the store shelves in September, rather than the iPhone SE 2.More news: Astronomers find fastest-growing black hole known in space
Zhang estimates that Apple will produce 120 million iPhone units in the second half of this year.