The most expected gadget at this moment is Apple’s iPhone SE 2 series, being the source of many of the rumors online. Even though the launch of the phone was not expected before a couple more weeks, leaks have announced that the release of the phone will probably take place on the 5th of April. However, other information revealed that the iPhone SE 2 series could have rolled out on the market starting with yesterday, the 3rd of April 2020.
About iPhone SE 2
This version presented by the company is a budget-friendly alternative for a quality smartphone, being the second series with this purpose in mind. The new iPhone SE is going to be available in three different colors, including black, white, and red. The internal storage memory comes as well in three possibilities: 64GB, 128GB, or 256GB.
Apple is also launching two original types of cases. One of them is going to be made of silicone coming either in black or in white, while the other one is going to be made of leather and is coming in three possible colors: red, midnight blue, and black.
The design of the phone is going to bear a resemblance to the iPhone8, featuring as well Express Card and future CarKey features. The Carkey application is Apple’s new initiative to make the driving experience more comfortable than it is. The company is collaborating at the moment with BMW to develop an application for the smartphones.
iPhone SE 2 Appeared Briefly on Apple Store
The app proposes to renounce to use the traditional key and allows its users to lock and unlock the car by using their phones. The technology features the same concept as paying with the phone, using NFC. Up until now, there has not been any news regarding the release, but we believe it is approaching fast since the device appeared briefly on the Apple Store. Let’s hope the series will be launched on the 5th of April, as other rumors said.
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