Competition is tough among smartphone manufacturers. For its part, Apple is under pressure to review its prices since the release of the iPhone 11. Although consumers do not doubt the quality of the firm’s products with apple, the alternatives on the market with value for money still more interesting are now too numerous for it to maintain its pricing policy. With this in mind, the iPhone SE, which is offered at a more affordable price than the brand’s other models, seems to be doing quite well.
After the recent update of the SE range, the American giant is also preparing an iPhone SE Plus for this year.
Launch later this year
Apple is rumored to plan to launch a larger version of the recent iPhone SE (2020) before the end of the year. Provisionally called iPhone SE Plus, the phone in question would be powered by an A13 processor.
In addition, according to the source, it would have a full borderless screen with a fingerprint sensor placed on the side.
The apple firm would also prepare an iPhone SE 3 for 2021. However, the information is also to be taken with tweezers. According to rumors, this smartphone is also powered by an A13 processor and is not 5G compatible.
A more affordable iPhone 12 this year?
Rumors suggest that Apple will launch four iPhone 12 models in the second half of this year:
- 5.4 inch iPhone 12
- 6.1 inch iPhone 12 Max
- 6.1 inch iPhone 12 Pro
- 6.7 inch iPhone 12 Pro Max
According to the latest rumors, the smartphone maker could skip 5G on the entire new range to limit the price increase.
In addition, other rumors suggest that the phones could rather be delivered without electrical adapters and without headphones to maintain prices similar to those of the iPhone 11.
Finally, the last rumor indicates that the Cupertino company could offer a fifth model not compatible with 5G, the iPhone 12 4G. The latter would cost less than the iPhone 11.