It was previously reported that Apple contracted a Taiwanese manufacturer to produce the iPhone SE 2 in its factory in India and thus predicted to release sometime in March 2018. However, it appears we may see a refreshed launch of the iPhone SE with wireless charging capabilities, speculated to arrive a bit later in May or June.
Digitimes Research analyst Luke Lin predicts the new model will feature a glass back and a larger display than its current 4-inch screen. There are also rumors that there are three new iPhones that have been developed for the refreshed launch, which includes 5.7/5.8-inch and 6.0/6.1-inch LCDs as well as a 6.4/6.5-inch OLED panel, which means the iPhone SE may have an updated OLED screen.
No further, concrete details are currently available, but stay tuned if you’re a fan of the older iPhone design. In other Apple news, the Cupertino tech giant recently opened its first outpost in South Korea.