Apple says iPhone SE 2 will be released on March 31 or go to India for assembly

Netease Technology News March 9 news, according to foreign media reports, although the new coronavirus pneumonia epidemic is still spreading around the world, Apple insists that the iPhone SE 2 will be released as planned at the end of March, while revealing more specifications.

Due to the recent outbreak, Apple has faced a number of issues when launching new products. However, Apple has already started producing the iPhone SE 2 9 (or iPhone 9) in other countries so that the phone can launch on time.

The latest reports suggest that Apple will hold a grand event on March 31, where it will unveil the iPhone SE 2 along with several other upcoming new products. The iPhone SE 2 is expected to be priced at $399 and will be available to order from March 31.

The iPhone SE 2 will have a similar look to the iPhone 8, which is why some reports call it the iPhone 9. It will feature a 4.7-inch screen with distinct bezels at the top and bottom, making it ideal for those with smaller hands.

In addition, the iPhone SE 2 does not have the facial recognition Face ID function, but the Home button will return, and the Touch ID function is built-in. The new phone will be powered by Apple’s self-developed A13 Bionic chip, and despite its lower specs, it’s still a capable smartphone.

Apple’s production in China has been greatly affected due to the impact of the new coronavirus pneumonia epidemic, but there will be no delays in the delivery of the iPhone SE 2 as Apple moves production and assembly to places such as India.

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