Apple’s Made-In-India iPhone Might Get An Heir In June
Here are some new speculations about the heir to made-in-India handset of Apple, iPhone SE. As per the newest reports arriving from China, iPhone SE 2 of Apple will roll out in June 2018. A report on QQ.com (the Chinese website) states that the Cupertino behemoth will roll out the handset at WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference), its annual developers conference, in June 2018.
The report states that the handset will feature same design as the initial iPhone SE. This indicates, as a report in MacRumours claims, “A metal frame and back, a home button, and bottom and top bezels on the front.” On specs end, the report Chinese website states that the handset will feature 4.2-inch screen, operate on the in-house A10 processor of the company, and has 2 GB of RAM. It additionally adds that iPhone SE 2 of Apple will come in 2 storage alternatives such as 128 GB and 32 GB.
On the same note, A10 Fusion Chip is the chip that flues the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 handsets of the company that rolled out in 2016. Apple in March 2016 rolled out the original iPhone SE. The firm now assembles iPhone SE handsets in India in the industrial center of Peenya at Bengaluru. The firm has joined hands with Wistron, the Taiwanese firm and an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) to produce the handsets in the country.
At the earnings conference of the company in September 2017, Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, claimed that almost all of the models of iPhone SE that the company traded in India were made domestically. In fact, iPhone SE is the only handset of Apple whose costs did not go up after the administration elevated import tax on mobile handsets from 15% to 20% in the 2018 Union Budget previously this month.