IPhone SE 2 won't have a headphone jack, report says

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Sadly, it seems Apple plans to ditch one of the features that helped the phone appeal to some sections of the iPhone fanbase; the headphone jack.

Apple is expected to deliver a new iPhone SE next month, complete with refreshed internals that make it significantly snappier. As per reports by MacRumors and Apple Insider, the model numbers could pinpoint the iPhone SE 2 since none of the model numbers match with any of the existing models released by Apple so far. These model numbers are A1920, A1921, A1984, A2097, A2098, A2099, A2101, A2103, A2104, and A2106. Welch Investments LLC acquired a new position in shares of Apple during the fourth quarter worth approximately $146,000.

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Apple iPhone SE lovers, we've got some good news and some bad news for you. The EEC usually adds new products to its database roughly a month before their official announcement, so the latest evidence certainly suggests a WWDC 2018 unveiling could be likely. The phone will be powered by Apple's A10 Fusion chip and that is almost 40 percent faster than the chip that powers the current iPhone SE, the A9 SoC. Expected to be built primarily for the goal of manufacturing the iPhone SE 2, it seems the iPhone SE could be back for an encore. The 128GB variant, on the other hand, will likely be priced above Rs.30,000 in the country. Part of the problem, according to some recent research reports and surveys, is that many consumers simply found the iPhone X's $999 sticker price to be far too high, all the more so given that we no longer live in a world where carriers offer significant subsidies for flagship devices. But this year the company may launch a new iPhone model at the event alongside the first developer beta of iOS 12. According to the case makers, the second-generation model will retain the same physical size as the current iPhone SE, and Touch ID is expected to remain, suggesting the device will continue to have a four-inch display sandwiched between top and bottom bezels for the home button, camera, and earpiece. This means the iPhone SE 2 will have a 4-inch screen.

The upcoming iPhone SE might have a glass back with support for wireless charging.

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