Subsequent reports said that Apple would release only 3 iPhone models in 2018 including a 6.1-inch model with an LCD display and a single rear-facing camera (iPhone 9), a 5.8-inch unit with an OLED panel (iPhone Xs) and a huge 6.5-inch version with an OLED display (iPhone Xs Plus).
When Apple replaced the 4-inch iPhone 5s with the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6s Plus in 2014, it effectively stopped making a model with modern specs that could be easily used one-handed.
The Apple Post reported on Monday that clues are pointing to Apple hosting its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) between Monday June 4th and Friday June 8th at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, the same venue used a year ago for WWDC 2017. Instead the iPhone SE 2 will stick with the metal back and frame and a home button on the front and will have a 4.2-inch screen.
The iPhone SE, which was launched in March 2016, is now becoming a little old in the tooth - and fans of small screen iPhones are getting a bit antsy.
The MacRumors report also added that the iPhone SE 2 will be powered by A10 Fusion chip, 2GB RAM and 32GB or 128GB storage.
The upgraded hardware, not to mention wireless charging and other potential features could mean that you could end up paying more for the iPhone SE 2, but will you? We don't believe that the iPhone SE 2 is going to be sporting a dual-camera because Apple could once again be targeting a smaller price tag and to do that, it is going to have to make a few compromises down the road. So if there is a second variant, a WWDC launch also looks highly unlikely.