Apple plans to launch one iPhone SE 5G in 2022, but that won’t mean a major price increase, according to an influential analyst.
Prolific analyst Ming-Chi Kuo thinks Apple is still in the process of launching a next-generation iPhone SE in the first half of next year, which will be the “cheapest iPhone 5G ever.”
The current iPhone SE (2020) costs £ 399, so we would certainly expect some price increase of hundreds of pounds, but it remains to be seen if Apple will cut a few bucks to take into account the cost of the modern 5G. Regardless, it will lower the entry level for iPhone users for a long time.
The success of the iPhone SE, released earlier in 2020, will contribute to the low reception received by the iPhone 12 mini compared to other iPhone devices. best iPhone range.
In the note to investors, Kuo reaffirmed that he doesn’t expect the design to change much, with the iPhone 8-style body and Home button with Touch ID set to be retained once, with the goal of the single room also likely to be long for the ride. As used, the improved processors are very likely to be on board.
It’s also possible that Apple could use its own 5G modem in the next iPhone SE in 2022. The company is currently working on its own solution after buying most of Intel’s mobile division in July 2019. It’s possible that the new modem may appear in the iPhone 13, coming later this year, although it’s likely to be a longer-term project.
There’s no word from Kuo on the iPhone SE Plus computer, which, as the name suggests, could be a bigger screen option.
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