Apple will launch a new version of the compact, budget-priced iPhone SE in the first half of 2018, according to a new report from Taiwan.
Economic Daily News, which regularly reports on Apple’s supply chain partners, claims Tim Cook and co have inked a deal with manufacturer Wistron to make the device in India.
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Details of specs are yet to be unveiled, but it’s been claimed in the past that Apple will release 32GB and 128GB versions, with 2GB of RAM and a 12-megapixel camera.
It will retain the same four inch display, say sources.
It’s not yet clear if Apple will tweak the design, which cleaves to the look of the aging iPhone 5s.
The iPhone SE was first launched in March 2016. Earlier this year, Apple launched a new edition with more storage space.
The iPhone SE 2 launch would likely to take place in spring next year, as Apple looks to wrest the initiative from the slew of mobile-makers who will showcase new smartphones in the wake of February’s Mobile World Congress.