Apple iPhone SE 2 Screen Protector Reveals A Smaller iPhone X Like Notch
The existence of an iPhone SE successor has been under scrutiny over the past few months. Up until a day ago, it was anticipated that the iPhone SE 2 will launch bef0re WWDC 2018. However, that seems highly unlikely as the conference is just 4 days away. That uncertainty has not stopped people from posting sketchy images of screen protectors claiming it to be iPhone SE 2’s.
A new image of two screen protectors has surfaced online which claims to reveal the design of the iPhone SE 2. The image has the iPhone SE 2 screen protector next to an iPhone X’s screen protector. The notch on the iPhone SE 2 is smaller than the iPhone X’s but, it is certainly prominent. What this means for Face ID is a different case altogether.
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If Apple could make a smaller notch for iPhone without compromising on the technology it houses, it would have. The fact that the iPhone SE 2 could have a smaller notch means that Apple is doing that to maintain a design uniformity more than anything else. It will be interesting to see if Apple incorporates Face ID in a smaller notch.
A report by Bloomberg claims that the WWDC 2018 will only focus on Apple’s software advancements. Unlike last year, there will be no announcements pertaining to the company’s Mac lineup. Apple is working on refreshes to the MacBook Pro and 12-inch MacBook with new Intel chipsets and is planning a new low-cost laptop to succeed MacBook Air. However, these won’t be ready until later this year. Even the iPad Pro with Face ID will launch later in the year and won’t be announced at WWDC.
Whatever the design of the iPhone SE 2 will be, we won’t know for sure until its official launch. The iPhone SE 2 could launch later in the year with along with the new iPad Pro and MacBooks. Stay tuned for all the coverage of the World Wide Developer’s Conference that commences on June 4th.