Apple has designed and produced the iPhone SE (Special Edition) as part of its iPhone series device by Cupertino Tech. The iPhone SE Series was unveiled on March 21, 2016 and made publicly available on March 31, 2016 at the company’s headquarters.
The iPhone SE was the successor to the iPhone 5S and has now acquired its own successor, the iPhone SE2. Now some reports are surfing the web that the iPhone SE2 can be made in India only.
Adding to previous rumors it is being reported that the new iPhone SE2 will be widely produced in India. Further reports also suggest that the iPhone SE 2 will feature a glass rear body for wireless charging. Apple has not yet confirmed any details, and we hope that Apple releases more details soon.
Take a look at what the iPhone SE2 user has in terms of hardware and software. The Apple iPhone SE2 runs on iOS 11 and has two RAM variants, which are 2GB and 3GB. The device comes with two different storage versions, 32GB and 64GB, which are paired with a dual-core processor. That said about the software and storage, the device offers a 4.5-inch capacitive touchscreen IPS LCD display.
On the imaging front, the iPhone SE2 is rumored to be a 12MP rear shooter with HDR, the front camera is 2MP, which would have been admirable if the company had used at least 5MP front cameras. There is a non-removable Li-Po 2100mAh battery supported for USB.