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If the reports are true, there is a possibility that SE 2 will be unveiled at the Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), usually held in the first week of June.

- The word on the street is that Apple is likely to bring back its 3.5mm jack in iPhone SE 2.

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

The iPhone SE continues to sell particularly well in developing markets such as India, and is also one of the few devices sold in India that's also made in India.

The Apple iPhone 8 arrived last September with the device packed with plenty of upgrades and new features.

Also as per the images, the iPhone SE 2 is expected to come with a redesigned back panel with the brand logo near the bottom.

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Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus comes with a Red-back panel which is quite different from the one which is there on iPhone 7 and 7 Plus (Product) Red.

Spotted by MacRumors via Weibo, a new sceptical video demonstrates a hands-on video of the rumoured iPhone SE 2. So let's take a look. It's further bolstered by new information from a supply chain source with direct knowledge of Apple's plans saying the company has ordered the production of only 8 million iPhone X units in calendar Q2 of 2018. Presumably, in a best-case scenario, the company might sell up to 60 million units of iPhone X in the first year, but that is an estimation assuming Apple manages selling 33 million units by the end of the third quarter.

According to multiple reports, the iPhone SE 2 could feature a 4-inch or 4.2-inch display. The addition of all-screen design configuration and Touch ID, with a Home button, can't be sidelined either. This information is in line with previous reports that suggested that the handset may come with wireless charging support like the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus.

The highly speculated video suggests the identical iPhone SE design but with a glass body and new colour variant.

Under the hood, the phone is said to pack Apple' A10 Fusion chip which debuted with the iPhone 7 in 2016.

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