To recall, Apple captured the interest of the public by introducing a standard edition iPhone back in March 2016.
However, Apple is now looking to break away from its expensive investments with its announcement for the iPhone SE 2. A new report in Taiwan's Economic Daily News has claimed the Apple iPhone SE 2 will indeed be launching in the first half of 2018. The new phone will keep its 4-inch screen and use the A10 chipset from the iPhone 7, a step up from the A9 used in the current iPhone SE.
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The Vantage also employs a sophisticated suite of integrated electronic systems to offer maximum control and driver enjoyment. The Vantage is company's most selling model which gets a new design and looks to beat the competitive world of cars.
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Adam Schiff, a California Democrat, called the move a "very positive step" in a statement. The company previously estimated that posts linked to the St.
There isn't much information available out there but it's speculated the smartphone will still flaunt 4-inch screen and will be manufactured by Wistron in India. Design wise, it is extremely unlikely that Apple will equip the iPhone SE with an edge-to-edge display.
Earlier this month, a note from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggested Apple's 2018 plans included a high-end device with a 6.5-inch OLED display, as well as a 5.8-inch device (also with OLED) and a 6.1-inch device with LCD. Also, it is tipped that the iPhone SE 2 might be priced starting from $450. The iPhone SE highlights the premium features of older iPhone models, but the price is made more affordable for users with tight budget.
Whatever you think of the iPhone X, there's no debating that it's the most drastic evolution that Apple's smartphone line has ever seen.