Apple does not always carry a very logical order regarding the nomenclature of its iPhone. Especially when the company presented its iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus with an iPhone X. Surprisingly they skipped the iPhone 9, with the excuse that it was the 10th anniversary of their smartphone.
Be that as it may, and now after the launch of the iPhone 11, Apple may surprise us again by bringing back the name iPhone 9. This nomenclature will replace the iPhone SE 2, an economically more affordable phone whose rumors have been circulating on the network for many months .
For its part, the popular analyst Ming-Chi Kuo continues to use the term iPhone SE 2. And says he will have a design very similar to the iPhone 8. Now familiar sources with Apple's plans claim that the phone will be called iPhone 9 and to be launched in spring 2020.
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From iPhone 11 … to iPhone 9
From the Japanese Macotakara blog they detail that their sources have commented that the phone low cost Apple of 2020 will not be called iPhone SE of the second generation, but will be called iPhone 9. Something that agrees to continue having the classic design with the physical start button.
"According to an informed source, it may be possible that the iPhone SE 2, which will be launched in the spring of 2020, will be called iPhone 9, as it continues to adopt the body of the iPhone 8, with an A13 Bionic chip and without 3D Touch."
In another order of things, it is speculated that the signature of the logo of the bitten apple introduce up to four different iPhone models with OLED display throughout the year 2020, while in 2021 they will venture to launch their iPhone without a Lightning connector to continue betting For a future without wires.
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