Apple is planning to launch a second generation iPhone SE this year, according to a new report from TrendForce.
In order to meet the demand in different ranges of market, Apple will launch the second generation of iPhone SE which targets at the mid-range segment. Therefore, Apple will continue to expand its iPhone production in 2018, and the volume is estimated to register a 7.5% growth.
TrendForce also expects Apple to improve its Face ID technology and use OLED displays for two new iPhone models this year.
IPhone X sparked a heated discussion in 2017, but iPhone's production volume increased by only 3% over 2016 due to the technical barriers in improving yield rate of innovative models. With regard to the supply chain, new iPhones in 2018 will continue to improve Face ID technology, screen to body ratio, etc., moreover, the company plans to increase the memory content and embed AMOLED display in two of its models.
It's unclear if Apple will update the iPhone SE with an iPhone X style design but check out this concept to visualize what that might look like!
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