Apple released a 4-inch iPhone SE smartphone last March 2016. It was hailed as Apple’s cheapest phone yet and event hit millions of pre-orders worldwide. Now, Apple is reportedly working on the successor of the said iPhone and recent reports suggest that it may be unveiled as early as the first half of 2018.
According to the leak from China, the alleged iPhone SE 2 may debut at the Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2018 in June. Also, the report also claims that it will arrive with a glass rear to be able to support wireless charging.
Last May 2017, an image of the alleged iPhone SE 2 was leaked and showed the glass back panels. The image also showed that the rear camera and the flash are arranged in a vertical manner.
According to some rumors, it may feature a 4.2-inch display and also have the Apple A10 Fusion chipset that powers the iPhone 7 smartphone. In addition, the report also claimed that it may arrive with 2GB of RAM with 32 GB and 128 GB storage models, 12MP rear camera and 5MP selfie snapper. It might also come with the latest IOS 11 with 1,700mAh battery.