Slow Down, You Big Spender: Way Cheaper iPhone Coming Next Year


Apple's low-priced iPhone SE will reportedly make a comeback in 2020 in a bid to take on Huawei and Samsung.

According to Bloomberg, Apple is reportedly testing iPhone prototypes with a new version of its Touch ID fingerprint sensor that's embedded in the display instead of inside a physical home button.

The Asian news outlet has suggested that Apple will launch a next-generation iPhone SE. This iPhone is expected to sport a 4.7-inch LCD display.

Next week, meanwhile, Apple is expected to unveil its new 2019 iPhone range.

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The streaming service is predicted to reach shortly after its iPhone occasion, with reviews placing its launch date round November.

The other more obvious factor, however, is the fact that Apple nearly always releases its newest iPhones at the exact same prices as the prior models, frequently continuing to sell at least some prior models at reduced prices. The report also stated that it will feature Apple's A13 processor and a single-lens camera on the back. If you want to watch it on the biggest screen possible, the Apple TV is the best way to go.

Apple gives a lot of importance to the security aspect of the device. Nearly a quarter of current users of Apple handsets would be willing to pay more for an iPhone with a higher-speed wireless connection than the cost of the company's top-tier device today. What Apple needs is a budget iPhone designed from the ground-up to be cheap yet functional. Nikkei's sources said the device doesn't have a name and price yet, but it is seen as the successor to the much-loved iPhone SE. If rumours to be believed then this year you will get to experience a new camera system from Apple. Could the same facility be used for making this new phone as well, particularly since the base design could be the iPhone 8?

All of these services are created to keep you hooked into Apple's community- and their success largely depends upon the company's huge installed base of iPhone users worldwide.