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Apple iPhone SE 2 Expected To Launch at March 31 Event

Apple iPhone SE 2 Expected To Launch at March 31 Event

Apple is reportedly launching its new affordable iPhone for which the company is hosting an event on March 31. Although it has yet to be confirmed, that the iPhone SE 2 will be launching at the 31st March event.

Apple iPhone SE 2 Expected To Launch at March 31 Event, Will Go On Sale On 3 April

As reported by the German website, iPhone-ticker.de , Apple is planning to hold a media event on 31 March and the phone will hit the markets by 3 April.

Along with these details, some other details have surfaced, including the price tag of the phone which is expected to be $399 approximately Rs 28,000.

The iPhone SE successor is also expected to feature a 4.7 and 5.4-inch LCD display and it might be powered by an A13 Bionic chipset. It will offer 3 GB RAM with two storage options-64 GB and 128 GB. It is also possible that it might sport a Touch ID home button.

Since it is a “budget” Apple handset, the company will likely cut costs with a cheaper display and may even recycle the iPhone 8’s design.

Apple is also expected to launch the new iPad Pro, a new MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air in this year. Another gadget that is rumored to be launched by Apple, is high-end headphones that are likely to come with Bluetooth support.

Additionally, Apple is also rumoured to launch an Airpower Charging mat. This mat is reportedly capable of charging an iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods case simultaneously.

Since these are mainly rumors and unconfirmed reports, we will have to wait for official confirmation from Apple.

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