iPhone SE 2 to come in May with A10 Fusion chipset, missing 3.5mm jack

iPhone SE 2 to launch in May

According to the rumour, Apple is going to launch its new long-awaited iPhone SE 2 in May. However, name of this phone is still under discussion.

Apple’s A10 Fusion chipset is used- which was first used in iPhone and iPhone 7 Plus. That would be an upgrade from the original iPhone SE’s A9 SoC.

According to the rumours, Apple is going to design this new model more ‘modern’ by removing 3.5mm headphone jack but the dimensions of the phone is very close to its predecessor.

There will be no Face ID or notches, but there will be Touch ID sensor there below the display.

The phone will feature glass back and Qi wireless Charging support.

The iPhone SE 2 looks to be a minor upgrade for Apple’s most affordable handset.