ECC's Regulatory Filing Suggesting Apple Would Launch New iPhone SE 2 Modes In May/June

A new Russian-language regulatory filing in the Eurasian Economic Commission database seen by French site Consomac, which indicates several unreleased iPhone models that Apple would launch soon. iPhone running iOS 11 that listed with the model numbers is not correspond to Apple's existing smartphone lineup.

In generally, devices appear in this database about a month before the products ship. For instance, on February 19, the EEC revealed the existence of two new models of iPad, which proved to be the Wi-Fi and cellular versions of Apple's 9.7-inch iPad unveiled on March 27 at the Educational event. Suggesting a new iPhone models would launch in May/June, perhaps Apple will unveil it at WWDC.

The candidate for the iPhone models is most likely to be the SE, as rumors suggested Apple will bring a new iPhone SE device that will support wireless charging, glass back like the iPhone 8, and be released in time for summer 2018, according to DigiTimes Research analyst Luke Lin.

Apple hasn't refresh the SE models since it launched the original iPhone SE back in March of 2016, if they will update the lineup, it would have mirror changes, says KGI's Ming-Chi Kuo. The company has not announce any new iPhones at WWDC during the last seven years, last one was the iPhone 4 in 2010. So what do you think of it?

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