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According to a report by Bloomberg, Apple is planning to release the next low-budget iPhone to replace the iPhone SE this March.
The device, which is expected to mimic the iPhone 8 and feature a 4.7-inch screen, will feature Touch ID on its home button and the same processor as the iPhone 11.
Despite including technology from Apple’s latest smartphone, though, the iPhone SE successor will not boast Face ID.
As for what Apple might deem “low-budget”, a likely price tag has not yet been revealed.
Meanwhile, the company is expected to launch the iPhone 12 with 6GB of RAM, rear-facing 3D sensors and 5G connectivity later this year.
Feature image: the iPhone 11, by Apple