The Apple iPhone 9 (aka iPhone SE 2) has been the subject of rumours since forever, but now we have information about most talked about smartphone. Come find out everything you wanted to know about it.
The first thing to note about the iPhone 9 is that it is a budget product – a cheaper iPhone model for those on a budget. The rumours of this phone have been around since 2017, making it one of the longest rumoured smartphones ever.
In this article, we answer some of the most commonly asked questions about the iPhone 9. It is the same phone that you have probably seen referred to as the iPhone SE 2.
Is the iPhone 9 or iPhone SE 2 coming out? Is Apple going to ever make one?
With rumours about the iPhone 9 floating around for about 2 years, it has to be asked: will Apple ever make one? Fresh insider leaks say the iPhone 9 is real and will go into production in China in February 2020.
Will Apple iPhone 9 have a home button?
Early rumours suggested that the Apple iPhone 9 will have a physical Home button and TouchID. This is understandable, considering that its design id based on the iPhone 8. However, Apple has since done away with the Home Button and optimised iOS for button-less operation. It is not likely that the American smartphone manufacturer will resurrect it in 2020. As such, do not expect a home button on the iPhone 9.
When Will iPhone 9 Be Released?
Latest reports state that the iPhone 9 will go into production in February 2020 and likely be announced in March.
The Apple iPhone 9 In Summary
If reports are to go by, the Apple iPhone 9 will be a cheaper iPhone with a design similar to the iPhone 8 and will have a 4.7-5.2″ display with no notch, and be powered by the Apple A13 Bionic chipset. It will
not feature a home button.
It will include 3GB of RAM, with storage options of 32GB and 64GB. We can expect to see wireless charging built in as well.
There are rumours that it will be called iPhone SE 2, but the iPhone 9 seems the more logical name. PS: Apple officially announced it in April 2020 as the iPhone SE 2020.
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