Apple Prepping In-Display Fingerprint ID for iPhones as Soon as 2020

Apple Prepping In-Display Fingerprint ID for iPhones as Soon as 2020

However, when Apple released its first SE model, which was essentially an updated iPhone 5 that allowed the company to sell its old tech for a significantly cheaper price. Nikkei's sources say that neither a name for the phone nor its price point have been decided yet, but that it will be similar to the 4.7-inch iPhone 8. If you do, you certainly aren't alone, as here in 2019 - three years after the phone launched - it's still a frequent topic of discussion. Every year before the launch of new iPhone the rumours about it start to get spread, the same happened this year as well.

According to the Nikkei newspaper, Apple has restarted the project of a new generation iPhone SE. Need for high-end flagship phones has also slowed at a higher rate than demand for mid-range and low-end devices in the second quarter of 2019, Gupta likewise composed in Gartner's report. Decluttr offers a breakdown of how much value each of the recent iPhone models have lost since their initial release. We know no other details on the future iPhone SE 2, and Apple is yet to confirm the development of the smartphone. A phone like that would come with a premium price, which will put consumers in a tough situation to make a buying decision and also would cannibalize high-end iPhone sales.

In March, for instance, it announced a variety of brand-new digital offerings which include membership services for tv, gaming, and news. Releasing an SE 2 might not help Apple enough in the long run to be worth releasing.

Would you be excited about a low-priced iPhone?

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The Apple Card, for instance, needs that you have an iOS gadget in order to pay your bill and handle your account.

Apple is expected to unveil a trio of new iPhones on September 10, inviting the media to the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California for its big fall event taking place at 1PM ET / 10AM PT.

The report corroborates an investor note by TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who said last month that Apple was planning to resurrect the fingerprint sensor for iPhones slated for 2021.

Apple has already cut prices for its flagship iPhones in an effort to reenergize sales and also launched trade-in programs which have accounted for almost half of the company's revenue in the first half of the year.

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