“According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, by way of MacRumors, Apple isn’t planning to release an updated version of the iPhone SE during the first half of its fiscal year 2017,” Ashraf Eassa writes for The Motley Fool. “The success of the iPhone SE line, though, practically guarantees that the company will release an improved version of the phone at some point.”
Eassa writes, “Let’s go over three features that I expect to be present in a future iteration of the iPhone SE.”
• 3D Touch
• Wide-color display
• iPhone 7-quality cameras
“If Kuo is correct that an updated iPhone SE won’t arrive anytime soon, it might make sense for Apple to simply hold off until March 2018 to release such a product,” Eassa writes. “The current iPhone SE is still a credible smartphone that offers strong performance and features for the price, and it’s likely to remain so over the next year.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Apple could also release a new 4-inch iPhone in September 2017 along with their other new 2017 iPhone models.