Apple’s this year’s Worldwide Developers Congress WWDC) is expected to take place in the usual month of June, from June 4 to June 8 at San Jose, California, U.S. With speculations as to what will get announced are building up, the recent one hints at the long-rumoured iPhone SE successor.
According to a new report, the purported iPhone SE 2 is likely to get unveiled at this year’s WWDC, apart from the release of the next-gen operating system (iOS 12), the 2018 tvOS and watchOS, macOS 10.14, and a preferable entry of the upgraded iPad Pro.
The report further suggests that the alleged iPhone SE 2 is expected to come with an increased screen size rated at 4.2-inch and could be powered by A10 Fusion chipset which also powers the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. The smartphone could be equipped with 2GB of RAM and come in two internal storage options: 32GB and 128GB.
Additionally, the design of the iPhone SE 2 is likely to remain the same as the predecessor and come with a Touch ID, embedded in the home button.
To clear the air, the aforementioned information is just a rumour with no concrete detail backing it. To know what Apple has in store for us, we need to wait until the WWDC to commence. So, stay tuned for updates.