That we already know so much about the iPhone's future software is down to Apple accidentally (or perhaps purposefully) leaking software for its upcoming HomePod smart speaker. iPhone 8 renders have also suggested the device to come with an unusual power button in front, bringing yet another possibility of the fingerprint sensor to be embedded into the power button in front.
Storage-wise, the iPhone SE 2 is said to come in either 32GB and 128GB options, matching Apple's last upgrade to the iPhone SE when it doubled the storage capacity for the same price earlier this year.
A recent dummy version of the two models has been caught on camera. Therefore, it wouldn't be too difficult for someone to create fakes. Or is this some elaborate fakery?
To recap, Wistron is manufacturing iPhone SE units in India right now. In the US, Verizon Communications Inc, T-Mobile US Inc, Sprint Corp and AT&T Inc have expressed their interest to sell the smartwatch, according to the publication.
Revision of the estimates by the JPMorgan analyst comes in the wake of more speculation over the features that are likely to be contained in the next iPhone model.
The made in India iPhone may also enjoy 10 percent exemption in basic customs duty, which would help position it well in the fiercely competitive Indian market. The latest batch of news reveals more details about Face ID and 4K support for the Apple TV. The back of the phone features a shiny copper, silver and black color. There also appears to be a large L-shaped space where the iPhone 8's battery could fit. Further, the image is kind of suggesting that the company is moving the Touch ID sensor to the rear of the phone.
Identified as "Peal ID", the new feature will probably shift Apple's biometric tendencies from thumbs to faces, allowing multiple purchases by simply scanning the user's face. According to the report, the India will be the first marker to receive the new Apple iPhone SE.
Apple iPhone 8 is expected to be announced along side the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus.