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Apple is tipped to launch the cheapest iPhone in a few years

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Apple’s soon-to-launch-the-cheapest-iPhone-in recent years and, with a price tag of only $399.

A top Apple expert is of the opinion that the company is secretly working on a handset called the iPhone, the SE 2, set for launch in the early 2020’s.

The price of the iPhone has steadily increased, with the top models costing almost $1,500.

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However, the trend may not continue forever, and in a number of budget-conscious Apple fans may not be able to afford the latest models.

Now, Ming-Chi Kuo – an industry analyst who successfully predicted the loads of the Apple announcements, it is of the opinion that a cheaper model is on the way.

This device could be a follow-up to 2016, the popular iPhone, the SE ($359), Kuo claims.

He believes that it is likely to cost $399 usd, which would translate to £ 399-£429 in the uk, on the basis of the company’s current rate structure.

This device has been tipped to come in silver, space gray and red color options, as set forth in a 9to5Mac report.

And it will be similar to the bendy iPhone, the 8, rather than the squared-off iPhone, it’s very smooth.

Even more, Kuo says that the phone will have access to the same powerful A13 chip, to see in Apple’s next-generation iPhone, of 11, iPhone 11, Pro.

However, it could use a little less RAM, and it would most likely be missing out on the iPhone, 11, all-screen display.

He reckons Apple is going to flog, as much as a 30-million-iPhone-SE, 2-line telephones in the year 2020, after a march launch.

This is not the first time we’ve heard such a rumor.

In July, the industry, whizz Dan Ives told us that there will be a new iPhone, the SE was on the cards.

“Our team has just completed an Asia tour, and we strongly believe that Apple has a step by step plan that will consist of four smartphones in 2020, with the lower-end version of the [iPhone] NECESSARILY,” the Wedbush Securities analyst, told The Sun.

This story was originally published in The Sun.

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