Is It the iPhone SE 2? Apple Would Be Preparing A 6.1-inch Dual SIM iPhone

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There are 5 months left for the next Apple keynote and the specialized media are fuming: Will there be iPhone SE 2? In the smartphone industry, almost no day passes without new rumors about the upcoming innovations from Apple. It does not seem to matter how long ago the last presentation of a new iPhone took place or whether a product presentation was imminent. If there is really nothing left to report about the current model series, experts and users are already thinking about the next or next generation of the Apple smartphone.

Whether Curved display, new operation or particularly extravagant features – hardly a new technology that will not eventually associate with the Apple iPhone. Whether the conjectures and speculations ultimately come true, seems a trivial matter.

But more and more often there are also leaks and rumors that turn out to be completely correct preliminary information. A fairly reliable source is, for example, the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities. As MacRumors reports, this currently assumes that the expected cheaper iPhone with 6.1-inch display should be offered in two variants: once with a simple SIM slot for a price starting at $550 and once with dual SIM Option from $650.

The 6.1-inch screen of this lower-priced iPhone will be a TFT-LCD display. The iPhone models with OLED screens in 6.5 or 5.8 inches would be a lot more expensive. It is unclear how the product range of Apple will look in the future: The upcoming 6.1-inch version could take the place of the current iPhone 8 Plus as an inexpensive alternative to the iPhone X2, for example, as an iPhone 9.

But the three iPhone versions mentioned are not the only new smartphones that Apple expects this year. Consomac, a French website specializing in Apple news, reports new product numbers that have appeared in the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) new registrations database.

These 11 numbers should not belong to any of the previously known iPhone models. In the description of the products is to be read, however, that the listed smartphones work with the iOS 11 operating system. Assuming now that Apple’s expected for September iPhone-X successor will work with the hitherto also released iOS 12, the registration numbers cannot mean the next big iPhone model.

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From the date that would at least fit very well: The current entry in the registration database speaks in favor of an early announcement of the products belonging to the numbers. In June, Apple’s developer conference WWDC will take place, an event that would be ideal for the presentation of a new iPhone SE 2.

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