New iPad Pro and iPhone SE 2 coming in the first half of 2020
In a note on behalf of TF International Securities, l’analyst Apple, Ming-Chi Kuo, revealed that the company’s Cupertino Will release new models of iPad Pro with 3D sensing for the rear camera in the first half of 2020. Along with it, Kuo reiterated that the’company will also unveil the new iPhone SE 2.
For the new 3D rear camera sensor, Apple will use new technology that measures the time it takes for light to bounce off objects in a room to create a three-dimensional map. What Kuo said today would be in line with a recent report by Mark Gurman by Bloomberg, which has similarly identified the first half of 2020 as a plausible time frame for the launch of new iPad Pro with a new augmented reality sensor.
New iPad Pro and iPhone SE 2: what’s new
As for iPhone SE 2, coming by the first quarter of next year, it is claimed that it will feature features similar to those of iPhone 8, including a display 4 LCD.7 inch e Touch ID, all, however, enhanced by a processor Apple A13 e 3 GB of RAM. The selling point of this device will be its price, which will be around US$399 for the 64 GB, available in silver, sidereal gray and red.
Kuo had previously reported his predictions of a new iPad Pro and a low-cost iPhone, so this news is just further confirmation of the new devices’imminent release. Apple is used to holding a media event in March, and this is the most plausible time frame for the official announcement of the two devices’which are.
It is worth noting that Kuo refers to the smartphone in question as the iPhone SE 2 as a simple way of referring to an entry-level device. In fact, with the display from 4.7 inches, the device would certainly not resemble the first generation SE in terms of size, so the name might be different.