Apple’s much–rumoured iPhone SE2 is back in the headlines, with a new report claiming that the updated smartphone is being primed for a May release.
Case makers in Asia have claimed that the updated iPhone SE2 will keep the same design as the original version, including Touch ID fingerprint scanning and a four inch screen.
However, some tweaks are said to be afoot, including the inclusion of the A10 chipset first seen in the iPhone 7 and wireless charging thanks to a new, glass design.
Apple is also purported to be getting rid of the 3.5mm headphone slot, bringing the iPhone SE2 into line with its stablemates.
A May launch date should be treated with caution, especially considering Apple’s annual WWDC takes place in early June.
If it does decide to update the iPhone SE2, Apple is likely to do so with minimum fanfare, without a special launch event.
Apple is said to be priming an overhaul of its iPhone X range for later this year, with four new handsets being readied according to analysts.