In the last week, through the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, some details on the future iPhone SE (SE 3 or SE Plus) have arrived online, and now other news appears. It seems that Apple wants to launch more affordable smartphones, and one of them will be in 2021 none other than iPhone SE Plus.
In this regard, the Cupertino-based company is looking to expand its list of component suppliers and also to cut production costs. Apple wants this new iPhone to be a rival to budget phones in China, and the cost reduction means we’ll only see 4G support on board.
The big star of the new smartphone will be the Bionic A14 processor from the inside and taking into account the appearance of a cheap terminal, a return of HD + IPS panels would therefore not be excluded. Ming-Chi Kuo himself recently said he will opt for the new iPhone SE 5.5 inch screen or 6.1 inch and for a Touch ID fingerprint reader placed this time on the side.
Everything is at the rumor stage at the moment, but some truth is definitely somewhere in between. At the moment, the cheapest phone in Apple’s portfolio is the iPhone SE (2020) priced at $ 399, followed by the iPhone XR which now costs $ 499.