Amidst COVID-19, Apple’s iPhone 9 case arrived at Best Buy and other retail stores this week. This hints towards the launch of Apple’s next-generation iPhone SE 2 or iPhone 9 rather soon.
These cases are created for the new iPhone 4.7 inch handset. Although the stores have been told not to stock the inventory until April 5. However, Best Buy and other retailers don’t want iPhone 9 cases to appear in their stores ahead of the official announcement made by Apple for the latest phone.
The aforesaid data points at the early debut of the new iPhone 9. These third-party manufacturers typically gain inside information from supply chain sources. Hence the release of important products like the iPhone has proved fairly accurate.
If rumors are to be believed, Apple is to launch an affordable “iPhone SE 2” or “iPhone 9” to meet the demand of customers for a mid-range handset in the market. It is also expected that these next-generation smartphones will boast a design influenced by 2016’s iPhone 8 or iPhone SE. It includes a 4.7” LCD and Touch ID biometric security.
Apple would use an A13 Bionic processor with 3GB RAM to power the device, said analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The global effect of COVID-19 has affected the launch of many new products that are scheduled for release this year including the iPhone. Reports indicate that the production of Apple’s iPhone SE 2 is in the final stages with its introduction by late March this year.
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