Report: Apple To Begin Budget iPhone 9 Production In February

iPhone 9 Renders

iPhone 9 Renders

If your next iPhone upgrade is going to involve the iPhone SE successor i.e commonly known as the iPhone 9, then you are going to like this news. According to a report from Bloomberg Apple will begin the production of its low-cost iPhone next month. Once the production has started Apple will unveil this new device in the month of March the report concludes.

According to Bloomberg the so called iPhone 9 will be produced by multiple Apple partners including Foxconn, Pegatron and Winstron. The budget iPhone 9 is a device that is going to be very similar to the iPhone 8. It will feature a similar design, a Touch ID equipped Home Button, a 4.7-inch LCD display and a single lens on the back. However the device is expected to pack Apple’s best A13 Bionic Chip, which is found on its iPhone 11 models.

Previous rumors about the iPhone 9 have speculated that Apple will release not one but two different sizes of iPhone 9, which if true makes sense since iPhone 8 also comes in two variants. The larger variant could be the iPhone 9 Plus model with a 5.5-inch screen.

As of this moment no one knows what Apple will call this new device, however rumors have repeatedly pointed towards iPhone SE 2 and iPhone 9, with the later name being a favorite among analysts.

Are you going to buy the new iPhone 9 or iPhone SE 2 when it is released or will you stick with your iPhone and upgrade to the 2020 flagship iPhone? Let us know in the comments below.

Also read: Report Claims iPhone 9 Will Have Frosted Back, Thicker Design And More (Video)

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