iPhone SE 2 costs $ 399 and is available in different colors such as & # 39; space gray & # 39; and & # 39; product red & # 39 ;, says Apple analyst
- A major Apple analyst says the company's iPhone SE 2 costs $ 399
- The budget device will be available in 64 GB and 128 GB and in different colors
- Previous reports have projected that the device may arrive from 2020
The new budget phone from Apple is on the way and costs $ 300 less than the iPhone 11.
A report from Apple analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, which is useful in predicting Apple's upcoming hardware, says that the next iteration of Apple's iPhone costs $ 399 and is available in three different colors.
Kuo predicts that the iPhone SE 2 will also be available with two storage layers, a 64 GB version and a 128 GB version, and equipped with colors such as space gray, silver and product red, according to 9to5Mac.
The iPhone XR (pictured above) is one of Apple's newest & # 39; budget & # 39; offering, despite a $ 599 retail price
The device is said to be similar to the design of the iPhone 8, but comes with Apple's newest processor, the A13 Bionic – the same chip included in both new iPhone 11's – despite being 1 GB less RAM then has the premium models from Apple.
Kuo says the phones are likely to be positioned as a way to lure iPhone owners who still use the company's older models, especially the iPhone 6 and 6s, who can't afford the company to pay $ 700 iPhone 11.
Price forecasts follow a similar report last week that the Apple project could release the budget device in early 2020.
In addition to a new budget phone, Kuo has also predicted that Apple will collaborate with & # 39; external brands & # 39; to sell his very first augmented reality headset.
There is still nothing known about the shape that the headset will take or that it comes closer to Facebook glasses on the spectrum or something larger than Microsoft's Hololens.
Rumor has it that Apple has developed its own AR glasses. This year the tech giant has applied for a patent that looks at what it can develop behind closed doors
Kuo has also referred to the possibility of a new iPad Pro that could be equipped with a 3D sensor similar to a True-Depth function in iPhones.
This feature allows the device to capture more of the environment around subjects in photos and videos and can help future efforts to enhance augmented reality experiences on the device.
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