iPhone SE 2 will launch at $399, Apple analyst Kuo predicts
For those who aren't into spending four digits on a new phone.
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That would make sense, since the original iPhone SE launched in 2016 for $399 (£359, AU$679). That phone was essentially an
with some updated specs. Kuo sees something similar for the iPhone SE 2, predicting it to look like 2017's iPhone 8 but with improved internal parts. The iPhone 8 currently sells for $449.
Kuo is an Apple analyst with spectacular pedigree. Last year, for instance, he correctly predicted that Apple would release a 6.1-inch iPhone with an LCD display (which would become the
) after simultaneously launching two OLED-based iPhones (iPhone XS,
). Outside the $399 starting price, Kuo's latest report, shared by 9to5Mac, says the iPhone SE2 will come with an A13 processor -- the same one that's in the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and Pro Max -- 3GB RAM and come in space gray, red and silver.