Apple launched the iPhone SE back in 2016, and for some time now there have been numerous leaks and rumors about the successor; the iPhone SE 2. It is also reported that the company will be announcing it at the WWDC event that will kickstart in June. Now according to a new report from Mobilefun, the phone will be called as the iPhone SE (2018).
Furthermore, while there are many images and renders of the iPhone SE 2, we now get to see the render of an iPhone SE (2018) screen protector from Olixar giving us look at the design of the phone. Much like the iPhone X, the SE 2 will also have a notch on the front and will embrace bezel-less design all in compact 4-inch screen size. Interestingly, there is no home button meaning that the SE 2 might have the Face ID as well.
There is also another image which has factory screen protector of the iPhone SE 2 sitting right next to the iPhone 5, and as you can see, the screen protector is slightly smaller than the iPhone 5. A CAD schematic design measures 121.04 x 55.82 millimeters. Since these are leaks and rumors coming from sources, we can’t vouch for the authenticity of it, so we advise you to take the news with a pinch of salt.