IPhone SE launched in March last year. Apple has not forgotten its small-sized smartphone, and is reportedly preparing for the latest generation.
Launched from GSM Arena, the latest iPhone SE will slide in the first quarter of next year, which means before the end of March – almost two years after its predecessor was launched.
The successor of iPhone SE is said to keep the affordability of the original product, but adds the A10 chipset from the iPhone 7 in the device.
The screen is estimated to measure 4 inches to 4.2 inches with 32GB and 128GB storage options. The handset will run with iOS 11 and will be equipped with 1700 mAh battery, slightly larger than the previous SE 1624 mAh.
The latest iPhone SE is rumored to be made in India by Wistron, Taiwan-based electronics manufacturer, who has assembled the first generation model for the Asian region since May, and will add new production lines to the next generation device.
According to GSM Arena, The new generation iPhone SE is reportedly to be launched in India first, and will spread to other areas.