Apple may be working on the successor to the iPhone SE which was launched two years ago.
Taiwanese publication CENS (us neither) reports that Wistron, one of Apple's main manufacturing partners, is planning to build a new factory in India in order to ensure it has the production capacity to build the iPhone SE 2.
Apple might be in works to big alterations to its iPhone lineup, but there's a chance that its 2018 lineup won't include only the models projected to go on sale in the fall.
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Apple iPhone SE 2nd Edition's assembly has begun in Bengaluru which comes with Apple A10 fusion chipset with 4.0-inch retina display. Sadly the new iPhone 8 and iPhone X aren't part of the promotion.
According to reports from Economic Daily News, an updated version of the iPhone SE will be assembled in India, where some of the current SE stock is now made. This is in line with the launched the iPhone SE, which was launched in March 2016.
Incidentally, Apple has already stated that India, like China, is likely to be a large market for its new, cheaper iPhone. The upcoming iPhone is also expected to feature standard 3.5 mm headphone jack, so, one can expect decent quality earphones inside the retail package. Even the 1.2 MP selfie camera will be upgraded to 5 MP selfie shooter with portrait lightening.
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