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Looks like Apple will reuse the SE moniker on its 2020 edition entry-level iPhone.
According to a report by 9to5Mac, a number of accessories have been spotted prior to the device’s official reveal.
Those listings quote the device as the iPhone SE 2020 edition. The phone was previously referred to as the iPhone 9.
The first SE was launched back in 2016 and looked similar to the iPhone 5 series.
This year’s phone will resemble something a little similar to the iPhone 7, judging by renders.
9to5Mac believes the phone will be offered with up to 256GB of internal storage, with the A13 Bionic chipset too.
Other specs remain unknown at this point, but the phone’s launch is expected later this month.
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