Pictures claimed that they were the first real photos of the "iPhone SE 2" could imply that Apple brings the device some touches of the iPhone 8, but not all.
Most notable is the switch to a glass back, which may indicate that Apple plans to implement Wireless Download – although the change could be cosmetic as well. The photos were discovered on the Chinese Weibo from the Czech side Letemsvetem .
In other ways, the phone is largely similar to the current generation of the iPhone SE, including its surrounding metal band and a rear camera flush with the body. The latter could mean that the camera technology is not comparable to the iPhone 8 line.
Also included are a touch ID sensor and a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack. It is expected that the Touch ID will continue to be used due to the cost and complexity of the TrueDepth camera for Face ID – but removing the headphone jack would probably open up internal design space.
It may be that Apple continues to use so much of the old design to minimize production costs, simply adding upgrades like a faster processor to keep the phone relevant. The presence of a headphone jack would contradict a rumor that also said that the "iPhone SE 2" could be announced as early as next month.
Recent approvals have pointed to new iPhones that could be part of an "SE 2" line.
Accurate specifications are uncertain, but one report indicated an A10 processor, 2 gigabytes of RAM, and 32 or 128 gigabytes of storage options. If Apple wants to keep the phone as up to date as the iPhone SE was at launch, it has to equip it with an A11 Bionic chip