Apple is rumored to be working on a successor for the iPhone SE that was launched last year. Fresh speculations suggest that the alleged iPhone SE (2017) may get unveiled at the Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in June.
Fresh information coming from China suggest that the purported iPhone SE (2017) would be arriving with a refreshed design. The back panel of the last year’s iPhone SE is made up of metal. However, Apple is expected to switch to glass rear panel on the iPhone SE (2017). The company is speculated to use Ion-X glass that it has used on Apple Watch Sport. This information can be seen written on the paper placed beneath the alleged rear panels of the iPhone SE (2017).
On the original iPhone SE, the rear camera and its LED flash are arranged horizontally. However, the rear shell of the iPhone SE (2017) suggest that the camera and its LED are placed vertically. There is no information available on the other specs of the phone. Apple’s WWDC event will start on June 5. If the iPhone SE (2017) will indeed get unveiled at the upcoming WWDC, more information of the iPhone SE (2017) are expected to surface in the coming weeks.