The iPhone SE 2 is likely to be the next big phone launch from Apple.
This device hasn’t been updated in over two years and, with budget Android rivals arriving by the day, it’s unlikely Apple will want to wait too long before fighting back with its own cheaper device.
Rumours are rife that the iPhone SE 2 will launch at next month’s WWDC developers conference which begins on June 4.
Apple has a long history of revealing hardware during the yearly event and 2018 could be just as gadget packed.
There’s plenty of speculation about what could be included on the iPhone SE with some reports suggesting an edge-to-edge display, waterproof build, A10 CPU with 2GB of RAM, 12MP rear camera and a 1,700 mAh battery.
A recent iPhone SE leaked image from case firm Olixar claims to show a design similar to the iPhone X with an all-screen front and small notch at the top.
There’s no confirmation on any of these rumoured specs but a new leak may have given one big clue about the iPhone SE 2.
Serial tipster Evan Blass has tweeted an image which claims to reveal the name of the new iPhone.
The photo shows the wording “Project Name” followed by the simple new name of the device which appears to be called the iPhone SE (2018).
If true, it prove that Apple is clearly set to launch a new and cheaper smartphone at some point in the year.
Although some rumours have suggested a launch at WWDC there are also reports that the new SE will be unveiled in September alongside three other phones.
Apple is to release its largest phone yet in the iPhone XL that could feature a 6.5-inch OLED display with notch.
Also rumoured is a 6.1-inch LCD edge-to-edge notch display iPhone that could be an affordable big phone.
Finally there should be a refresh of the current 5.8-inch iPhone X.
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