Leaked iPhone pics show glass back and headphone jack

Leaked iPhone pics show glass back and headphone jack

Leaked iPhone pics show glass back and headphone jack

Chances are that this phone, with which Apple hopes to woo consumers in countries in India, is going to be launched on June 4, the day when the Apple's developer conference WWDC kicks off. Interestingly, the device appears to have the well-desired headphone jack, contradicting the aforementioned rumor.

According to the report, the SE 2 will be more expensive than the original SE, but still cheaper than the iPhone 7.

Shared by letemsvetemapplem.eu, the leaked photos show a smartphone that looks similar to the iPhone SE.

This also indicated that the iPhone SE 2 might not feature Touch ID and shift completely to the iPhone X's Face ID facial recognition for security and authentication.

So what else can we expect from the iPhone SE 2?

Most reports agree that the successor to the iPhone SE will not be a total revamp.

iPhone 8 features a 12 Megapixel iSight rear camera with Quad LED True Tone flash and Optical Image Stabilization (OIS).

Talking about the iPhone 8 Plus (PRODUCT) RED Special Edition, the device features a 5.5-inch Retina HD display, Apple A11 Bionic processor, 64GB/128GB internal storage, dual 12MP sensors with telephoto and wide-angle lens, 7MP front-facing camera loaded with iOS 11. Now, it's time for the next smartphone in the SE lineup and judging from the number of leaks, the iPhone SE 2 looks to be coming soon.

Earlier this month, Apple launched the PRODUCT RED editions of the Apple iPhone 8 and the 8 Plus with Red coloured glass back. Apple CEO Tim Cook the X outsold all other iPhone models every week of the first quarter after the device's launch on November 3, 2017 launch.

RED lineup for iPhones was started with 2016's iPhone 7 lineup. However, the new phone is shown to have a glossy back panel that indicates that it may be made of glass instead of the aluminum design that was sported by the iPhone SE.

The Taiwanese company, TSMC, which designs the chips that are used in some of the iPhones and iPads warned last week that its forthcoming second quarter would be worse than the expectations because of continued weaker demand from the mobile sector.

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