Apple to launch standard edition handset in mid

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They are still clinging to the iPhone SE but that will soon turn 2-years old – right on time for an upgrade? The report cites a China Economic Daily update claiming that the tentatively titled iPhone SE 2 will set users back about $450, directly mimicking the starting price point of the original SE in 2016.

Apple will launch a new version of its entry level iPhone SE in the first half of 2018, according to a new report from Taiwan.

The iPhone SE is meant to cater to the needs of the budget smartphone hunters who want to use an iPhone.

The report states that the successor of the iPhone SE will be assembled exclusively by Wistron, the Taiwanese manufacturer at its Bengaluru manufacturing facility.

The SE 2 is being made in India and is expected to be ready for shipping in the first quarter of 2018 (January to March).

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We don't know much about Apple's plans for the iPhone SE 2.

So, how will the next generation iPhone SE look like?

To recall, the iPhone SE is powered by a 64-bit A9 chipset, faster GPU, and M9 motion coprocessor for Always-On 'Hey Siri.' The iPhone SE has received massive improvements in comparison to the 2013 "5S model". This was intended for those that didn't necessarily want to make the jump to the larger 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch sizes that came with the iPhone 6.

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.

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