- Apple is expected to release a new version of its low-cost iPhone SE this year, according to multiple reports from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Bloomberg, and the financial news outlet Nikkei Asian Review.
- The phone will reportedly resemble the iPhone 8 and could start at $ 400.
- Here’s a look at everything we’ve heard about it so far based on recent reports.
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Apple typically launches its new flagship iPhones every September. But this year, it may throw a wrench in that pattern with a new, cheaper iPhone launching in the spring.
The California-based tech giant is expected to launch a new version of its smaller, less expensive iPhone SE for the first time since 2016, according to reports from TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Nikkei Asian Review, and Bloomberg. Such a launch would give Apple more room to compete with Android phone makers like Samsung and Google, both of which offer inexpensive alternatives to their pricey flagships.
Here’s a look at everything we know about the second-generation iPhone SE so far based on these reports.