A new investor note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo relays that Apple's rumored iPhone SE 2 could prove to be far more popular than initially anticipated. In a note originally brought to light by MacRumors, Kuo claims that Apple's iPhone SE successor could sell anywhere between 20 million and 30 million units this year. As far as a release date is concerned, it's widely believed that we'll see the iPhone SE 2 hit store shelves sometime in March of 2020. This launch window would make sense given that the original iPhone SE was released in March of 2016.
While the iPhone SE 2 could very well be immensely popular, it won't necessarily be a device current iPhone SE owners are interested in. According to Kuo -- who has a solid track record with respect to Apple rumors -- the iPhone SE 2 will incorporate a 4.7-inch display along with Touch ID. By way of contrast, the original iPhone SE boasted a 4-inch display. In other words, the iPhone SE 2 will bear a form factor closer to the iPhone 8 than to the compact form factor that defined the original iPhone SE.
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