Apple Ready to Start Production of iPhone SE 2
Apple will kick off the production of the next-generation iPhone SE in the very first months of 2020, according to a new analyst note, and the official launch should take place by the end of the first quarter.
Ming-Chi Kuo of TF International Securities tells investors that Apple is very likely to use a LCP (liquid crystal polymer) antenna design for wireless transmissions, with all components to be produced by Career Technologies and Murata Manufacturing.
If everything goes according to the plan, the production of the new “small” iPhone could start as early as January, albeit the dates could vary depending on how everything advances in the planning phase.
iPhone SE 2
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