It has been a long time coming, with more rumors than you can shake a stick at, but Apple's newest low-cost iPhone is finally here. Please welcome the iPhone SE.
We've been hearing about a new "iPhone SE 2" or "iPhone 9" for quite some time already, and now at least one analyst believes we could see the handset debut sometime in mid-April.
A new report says that we should expect to see Apple's upcoming and oft-rumored entry-level iPhone in the very near future.
According to a leaked photograph allegedly showing Target's merchandise stocking system, which was shared by Jon Prosser, Apple's low-cost iPhone 9, believed to be a successor to the discontinued iPhone SE model, will share a design with the 4.7-inch iPhone 8.
Apple's plans to launch a new low-cost iPhone may have shifted from an early April release date to a mid-April launch.
Earlier this year, there were rumors that Apple was going to host an event at the end of March and launch its upcoming, and oft-rumored, "low-cost iPhone" in the beginning of April.
We've been hearing about an iPhone 9 -- or iPhone SE 2 -- for quite some time, and now we have a new rumor hinting at a larger version of the low-cost model.
Aside from other discovered features, leaked iOS 14 code has indicated that the next iPhone SE, tentatively named "iPhone 9", might use a fingerprint sensor for biometrics and add support for the Express Transit feature for quickly paying for rides without validating with Touch ID.
Whether or not Apple is going to host a media event in late March to unveil its newest low-cost iPhone remains to be seen, but the rumor mill is still painting a pretty clear picture the handset will arrive pretty soon.
If the rumors are true, Apple is going to host a media event at the end of March and launch a brand new low-cost iPhone at the beginning of April.
Rumors have been swirling for quite some time that Apple is planning to launch a "low-cost" iPhone at some point in the first half of 2020.
The coronavirus outbreak in China is not expected to negatively impact Apple’s plans to kick off mass production of the rumored low-cost iPhone model in February ahead of a March launch, according to a new report from Bloomberg this morning.