This handset will be unlike other iPhone models that Apple will announce in their 2020 event later this year as it will retain the palm-friendly size and also bring back the Touch ID that went missing since the launch of iPhone X and higher models. While it's unclear exactly what these renders are based on, they do closely map to all the rumors we've heard so far about the iPhone SE successor reportedly in the works at Apple. Wireless charging is also expected on the upcoming iPhone. However, the blog also noticed that the 2020 model is slightly thicker than 2017 iPhone 8 model, as it boasts 7.8mm width instead of the 7.3mm. In addition, the iPhone SE 2 seems to have a stainless steel frame that appears to be taken directly from the iPhone X.
Now Steve Hemmerstoffer of OnLeaks, who shared fairly accurate renders of the iPhone 11 Pro nine months before the device was released, is offering up some new renders of the "iPhone 9". In fact, by all reports, it's expected to be virtually identical in all of its specs with the exception of an increase to an A13 CPU and 3GB of RAM to bring its performance in line with Apple's iPhone 11.
It's no secret that Apple is planning to introduce an iPhone with 5G for the first time this year.
Nine flu-related deaths reported in a week in SC
Influenza is contagious and can spread by droplets from infected people when they talk, cough, or sneeze, the news release said. That is 77 more than the previous week and nearly 100 more cases than were reported at this time past year .
Apple says the 90-second video, shot on an iPhone 11 Pro, captures "incredible footage of elements at their most extreme". With that said, that name could cause confusion with Apple having recently released the iPhone 11 series. Unlike the original, we don't expect this to have the same pressure-sensitive display technology that enabled 3D Touch.
Meanwhile, Apple is rumored to be launching at least six new iPhones this year, including four iPhone 12 models and two iPhone SE 2 models. "There is also a lot of speculation about iPhone SE2 coming this year", Tarun Pathak, Associate Director at Counterpoint Research, was quoted by IANS.