Apple's New Low-Cost iPhone Will Be Called iPhone SE

Apple's New Low-Cost iPhone Will Be Called iPhone SE

Apple's New Low-Cost iPhone Will Be Called iPhone SE

Take note that the 2020 Apple iPhone SE's design has always been rumored to be similar to that of the iPhone 8. The device - known as the 2020 iPhone SE or iPhone 9 - had been rumoured to launch an event in March, which didn't take place because of the coronavirus. There are new advertisements for screen protectors from Belkin popping up that declare they are compatible with the iPhone SE.

However, if recent reports are true, it seems like Apple is actually going to go with a much simpler approach and simply reuse the name of the original 2016 version, with this year's model also be called the "iPhone SE".

According to the Tweet, it has been confirmed that Apple could launch its iPhone 9 model on April 15, and shipment starts from April 22. Up until now, there has not been any news regarding the release, but we believe it is approaching fast since the device appeared briefly on the Apple Store. And if you still have doubts about that, there is a new clue from the brand itself.

There is still uncertainty over the release of the new iPhone SE. If true, that would make it $50 cheaper than the iPhone 8 it replaces.

Apples long-anticipated entry-level iPhone tipped to launch as the iPhone 9 might actually come with a different name according to the latest rumors. So this listing is certainly curious and is a strong hint that a new 4.7-inch iPhone SE is about to be revealed.

One of Apple's major manufacturing partners, Foxconn, recently told investors that Apple's 5G iPhone can still be launched this fall. Now, this should end all the doubts regarding what the affordable new iPhone will be called. It will be available in white, black, and Product (Red) variants.

If you don't want to read about Apple, the one takeaway is: expect 2019's iPhone 11 internals in an iPhone 7/8 shell, but likely only the 4.7-inch option, not the 5.5-inch option that came with the iPhone 7/8 Plus range. Storage comes in three sizes as well, including 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB.

9to5Mac is also confident that Apple will use an A13 chip inside these iPhones which means it will be powerful enough despite the older design. While the handset will look just like the iPhone 8, complete with a physical home button, it will be just as powerful as the iPhone 11 phones.

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