Apple hasn’t said anything about this so far but multiple reports have suggested that the company is going to launch a successor to the relatively affordable iPhone SE. New filings with a European regulatory agency have revealed that the iPhone SE 2 just might be in the pipeline. The filings were made with the Eurasian Economic Commission.


No specific details are mentioned about the devices on that list which doesn’t even specify the model names. The devices mentioned in the filing all have different model numbers, though, which include the A1920, A1921, A1984, A2097, A2098, A2099, A2101, A2103, A2014, A2015, and A2016.

Apple launched the iPhone SE in March 2016 so it has been two years since the handset got a successor. It has been claimed in several reports that an iPhone SE 2 is being developed and will likely be launched around the same time.

Another report claimed that Apple might manufacture and assemble the iPhone SE 2 exclusively in India. It may do that to reduce import tariffs on its smartphones as the cost then increases for customers who have to bear the burden of the tax.

Apple itself hasn’t dropped any hints at all so far which would suggest that it has a new iPhone SE in the pipeline. It’s also unclear right now when the company plans on officially launching it.

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