Apple Could Hold Back iPhone SE 2 Until September as Design Not Yet Ready
The second-generation iPhone SE was believed to be just around the corner, but according to a new report, that might not be the case, as Apple plans to take the wraps off the device in September.
Japanese site Macotakara, who has a mixed track on Apple scoops, cites sources familiar with the matter as saying that the design of the iPhone SE 2 isn’t ready just yet, and as a result, Cupertino aims to unveil the new model alongside the 2018 iPhone lineup.
This is projected to happen in September when Apple is expected to introduce a trio of products, namely a successor the iPhone X with a 5.8-inch OLED screen, a more affordable 6.1-inch entirely-new model with LCD, and a Plus-sized iPhone X with 6.5-inch OLED panel.
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