iPhone X Mini: iPhone SE2 Release Delayed? No Apple Pencil Support?
Apple has long been rumored to release three new iPhones, one of which is the iPhone X Mini. It turns out that the most affordable one of these new smartphones, which is being positioned as the iPhone SE2, will not come out at the same time as the other two. There is also a big chance that these three 2018 iPhones will not get Apple Pencil support as previously reported.
iPhone X Mini release delay
It is becoming apparent that Apple will not be able to finish production of the most affordable one of the 2018 iPhones before the rumored September 12 Apple hardware event. It is said that the company met issues with its production schedule that resulted in the delay, according to GSM Arena.
The cheapest iPhone release of the year will be priced lower because it will be making use of an LCD screen, compared to the OLED displays of the other two. Experts are still unsure whether it will be called iPhone X Mini or iPhone SE2. The first one of these choices, however, is more likely as the design may be similar to the most recent smartphone release of the corporation.
No Apple Pencil integration for iPhone SE2
There is also a possibility that we will not be able to see Apple Pencil integration for the three 2018 iPhones. This is according to trusted security analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who said that the company has not ironed out a good stylus experience yet.
As of right now, what is sure is that the iPhone SE2 will get a 6.1-inch display. It may also have a single rear camera, according to CNet.
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