The iPhone SE 2 is believed to feature the Touch ID sensor that was launched with the iPhone 6S. That phone was created to cater to fans of smaller displays and who want a less-expensive iPhone, especially consumers in emerging markets who can't afford Apple's more premium devices.
Not much is expected to change as far as hardware is concerned, but Apple will most likely replace the A9 chip that powers the current iPhone SE with the A10 chip that is found in the iPhone 7. If this is true, the rollout would be a departure from the original SE which first released on March 31, 2016 in more developed markets like China, the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
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Amy Spitalnick, spokeswoman for Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, confirmed the probe Wednesday, but would not comment further. Earlier in January this year, Uber was fined US$20,000 for failing to disclose a comparatively less serious breach in 2014.
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The Braves also lost scout Gordon Blakeley, who was removed from the club and subsequently banned for a year. All 13 players will become free agents and are eligible to sign with any team.
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The new Vantage comes with more sculpted sides, risper nose, broader hips, and additional aggressive aerodynamic. The Vantage will reach 60 miles per hour in 3.6 seconds and has a top speed of 195 miles per hour .
So, how will the next generation iPhone SE look like? Earlier reports claimed that the iPhone SE sequel will start shipping in Q1 2018 and will be manufactured by Wistron, which is the same company that assembles the iPhone SE in India.
The iPhone X was a huge gamble from Apple, but one that really paid off. That said, for me, I don't think I could go back to a non plus-sized phone after using the iPhone 8 Plus for the last six weeks. Also, it is tipped that the iPhone SE 2 might be priced starting from $450. Design wise, it is extremely unlikely that Apple will equip the iPhone SE with an edge-to-edge display.