Ben Geskin recently shared photos of what appears to be iPhone display glass with a shallow cutout resembling the TrueDepth sensor housing on iPhone X, but in a follow-up tweet, he said his "main source" says that the new iPhone SE will have the same design and display as the current model, but with a glass back.
As you can see the iPhone SE has the notch similar to the iPhone X, that means Apple is serious about this device, and thus we will surely have faceID on this one as well. Janus Henderson Group PLC now owns 20,003,587 shares of the iPhone maker's stock valued at $2,880,992,000 after buying an additional 15,018,790 shares during the last quarter. Because the iPhone 8 doesn't have it. The iPhone SE 2 release date notwithstanding, Mac Otakara's report reveals a few more notable tidbits about the rumored device. And should have at least the A11 Bionic process if not the A12. There is also a prototype with an iPhone X-like top cutout to accommodate the front camera and other sensors. There is no room for a Touch ID button on a bezel-less device. Apple is also testing three types of prototype glass screens for the same. Since Apple hasn't yet decided on which prototype would enter mass production, it's hard to say what the device would look like.
It is 2018 now, and while a gold iPhone X option is not an option anymore, Apple could introduce brighter and more attractive options for masses to choose from. Apple comprises 1.0% of Waldron LP's holdings, making the stock its 14th biggest holding.
Although some rumours have suggested a launch at WWDC there are also reports that the new SE will be unveiled in September alongside three other phones.
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Roni added that her Tel Aviv school played the song to mark passing time between classes, rather than the regular school bell. For example, "Hallelujah" became the country's unofficial national song after it won Eurovision for Israel in the late 1970s.
All of those details - if they're accurate - could make some question whether Macotakara's sources are talking about the 6.1-inch iPhone 9 instead of the iPhone SE 2.
As per a report by StreetInsider, a Rosenblatt analyst Jun Zhang said that in order to target the young customers the Cupertino-based tech giant is expected to launch multiple colour options for the iPhone with LCD display (likely to be called iPhone 8S).
Olixar are famous for showing off what's to come long before official launch events and, if real, the new iPhone SE 2 looks pretty impressive.
Speculation has been building that Apple is slated to release a 6.1-inch iPhone next year that serves as a follow up to the 10th anniversary iPhone X.
According to Zacks, analysts expect that Apple will report full-year sales of $260.18 billion for the current financial year, with estimates ranging from $258.63 billion to $262.14 billion.