Here’s the proof that midrange iPhone SE 2 will look just like iPhone X

Written by Sajeel Syed ·  52 sec read >

Apple released its mid-range iPhone SE, back in 2016, which is now coming in $450. The mini iPhone with its 4-inch screen and exceptional performance was a fascination for many users. As of now, a new render shared by Olixar, a case manufacturer, has revealed a case for iPhone SE 2 that fits in line with the iPhone X with a notched display.

As we noted in a previous leak, iPhone SE 2 was suspected to have an iPhone X-like design and later another rumor suggested that the device won’t have the headphone jack. Leaks for the next palm-friendly iPhone have ramped up in the past month ahead of WWDC 2018, and this render affirms most of what we’ve heard so far.

There have been rumors suggesting Apple is working on a second-generation iPhone SE, but none of those rumors have indicated the device will take on iPhone X design elements and even some are predicting the device to ‘iPhone X SE’. If you like the styling of the iPhone SE, including its size and button layout, it seems you’ll be right at home with the newer model. However, the screen real estate looks to be getting some major improvements by breaking away its huge bezels, opting for the now-famous notch that was first introduced on the iPhone X.

Earlier reports suggested the launch of the phone in early 2018, and now it appears that Cupertino based tech giant is expediting the launch of the smartphone in March.

Written by Sajeel Syed
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