iPhone SE 2 in brief: Apple registers new devices with the Eurasian regulatory authority

Rumors about an iPhone SE 2 have been around for some time. Something really tangible we have not yet seen to date. This is changing with today. Apple has registered with the Eurasian regulatory authority new devices, which is probably a new iPhone SE.

New notes on iPhone SE 2

There is growing evidence that Apple will soon introduce a new iPhone SE 2. Where does this confidence come from? Apple has registered with the regulator Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) new devices, which should be a new iPhone SE.

The devices have the Zsuatz “smartphone with iOS 11” and carry the model numbers A1920, A1921, A1984, A2097, A2098, A2099, A2101, A2103, A2104, A2105 and A2106. Your numbers correspond to an existing model.

This is not the first time the EEC has “betrayed” non-Apple announced devices. Most recently, this was the case in mid-February when it became known that Apple is registering new new iPads , At the end of March, these were then presented to the world public.

Now new iPhone SE models appear. Something startling makes us however the multiplicity of the model numbers. These could be model numbers for various global mobile markets. In the coming month of May or on time for WWDC in early June Apple could present a new iPhone SE. Whether Apple actually gives the device space in the context of a keynote or announces this by press release remains to be seen.

Huge jumps, we honestly do not expect the iPhone SE 2 (or whatever Apple will call the device). A new processor, a more powerful camera system and wireless charging are conceivable. The design will probably not change. (via Consomac )

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