iPhone SE 2 will arrive in May with the A10 Fusion chipset:
According to the new rumor that originates in some manufacturers of nameless cases, Apple will launch the long-awaited iPhone SE 2 in May. The name is not written in stone, however, keep it in mind.
The new device will be powered by Apple’s A10 Fusion chipset, which made its debut on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in 2016. That would be an update to the original A9 SoC of the iPhone SE.
By making the new model more “modern”, Apple will remove the 3.5mm headphone jack, although the dimensions of the second generation SE will be very similar, if not identical, to those of its predecessor.
The front part will be indistinguishable, with the Touch ID sensor still below the screen, without notches or Face ID systems here. There is a possibility that the new phone has a glass back up and Qi wireless charging support, as suggested by the previously filtered images, but that is not a fact.
All in all, the iPhone SE 2 seems to be a pretty small update for Apple’s most affordable phone. The way the company is treating it reminds us of the MacBook Air, still its entry-level laptop, but which is rarely updated, and then only on the inside: its design has been exactly the same for many years.