The iPhone SE 2 is rumored to receive a screen with a 4.2-inch screen, and of course the smartphone will not look like the iPhone X. It does It looks more like a slightly bloated iPhone SE, they say. This means the new smartphone will again get a metal back and a metal frame. Also a wide upper and lower edge on the front and the well-known home button will not be missing.
A major difference would probably be a larger 4.2-inch display. That could make it a bit difficult to operate the device with one hand with small hands - that was one of the big advantages of the iPhone SE. However, it is quite possible that Apple could downsize the edges of the new iPhone SE somewhat.
The new model will be equipped with the A10 Fusion chip, although it still has 2GB of 32GB or 128GB of RAM
The report suggests that Apple plans to launch the iPhone SE 2 at WWDC 2018 in June of this year. However, it should be kept in mind that Apple has not presented a smartphone since the iPhone 4 in 2010 at this event. We're more likely to see Apple launch the iPhone SE 2 at a small event in March 2018.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who often provides decent information from the Apple supply chain in Asia, has recently released some Expressing doubts about rumors of the launch of a second-generation iPhone SE in the second quarter of 2018.
If there really is a so-called iPhone SE 2 on Apple's roadmap, Kuo expects that there will be few visible changes becomes. He says the device is likely to have a faster processor and a lower price.
The current iPhone SE looks very similar to the iPhone 5s and comes with a 4-inch display. Inside, Apple's A9 SoC works. Apple has not really redesigned the iPhone SE since its launch in March 2016, but it is now offered with 64GB and 128GB memory.