According to KGI Securities’ analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, there will be no next generation iPhone SE. Apple is concentrating completely on their next version huge Apple iPhone launch, iPhone 8. As the brand is celebrating its 10 years, Apple is giving the iphone 7s and iphone 7s Plus, which would actually have appeared in 2017 a miss and rather, launching a totally new form of iPhone that is iPhone 8. Smartphone iPhone 8 is anticipated to acquire some enormous changes.Click Here For More iPhone Accessories
Apple’s iPhone 8 is likewise anticipated that would arrive in a simple avatar, without any laces or frills however, packing a solid punch inside. Apple isn’t focusing on any extreme improvements or changes to the device regarding looks. However, as far as the components are concerned, iPhone 8 is expected to be the most path breaking device. Motorola is about to launch its new Moto M on 8th November which makes the market even more competitive for iphone new launch.
Maybe that is the reason why Apple don’t want iPhone 8’s thunder stolen by any other party. Not even their own one of a kind iPhone SE. iPhone SE has become quite a popular smart device in India but there were some people who were not able to afford iPhone but now it will be possible for everyone to afford Apple device very soon.
Valued as low as $399, iPhone SE has been one of the least expensive iPhones ever. However, iPhone SE is not considered to be the first attempt that Apple has tried different things with less expensive, smaller iPhone. The smartphone brought many new innovations at a moderately minimal cost. In spite of the fact that there was just the same old thing that new iPhone was offering, it did offer Apple branding and the security with it. However, it seems like iPhone SE is taking its place on collector’s edition soon!
Analyst of KGI Securities’ analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also mentioned that this choice is generally impacted through Apple’s push to keep the gross edge high and minimize the cannibalization of top of the line flagships like the iPhone 7. While Kuo appears to be sure that there will be no iPhone SE revives next year, he didn’t give any clarity on when (and whether) Apple is planning to update. The iPhone SE was launched in March, and helped Apple accumulate huge sales. It stays uncertain what redesign cycle will Apple embrace for the iPhone next generation.
Kuo comes bearing some uplifting news also, and claims that despite the fact that the initial two quarters next years are said to see a decrease in sales, Apple will more than compensate for it after the launch of its iPhone 8 smart phones.