Rumors about Apple’s affordable iPhone have started coming up once again. According to the reports, the company may soon launch the next generation AirPods Pro and iPhone SE 2021. Both these products can be launched in April this year. According to MacOtakara reports, Apple may launch the second-generation AirPods Pro and the third-generation iPhone SE models in April 2021. According to the report, the new AirPods will come with some changes to the Pro Charging Kate. The new case will be 21mm wide and 46mm high and 54mm thick.
Because of this, the second-generation AirPods Pro will be slightly longer and thinner than the current model. Apart from this, no other information is given in the report. In this way, no information has been revealed about the new iPhone SE 2021. Bringing together some other rumors, Apple will be able to remove the Stim from its upcoming AirPods Pro, after which their design will be largely similar to the Samsung Galaxy Buds.
Two models of iPhone SE 2021 can be launched
Along with this, the company can also launch a larger screen size variant along with the iPhone SE 2021. According to the reports, the company can launch 5.5-inch and 6.1-inch screen size variants. The larger screen size version will be launched in the second quarter of 2021. However, these details have not been officially confirmed.
Let us know that in the first half of last year, Apple launched the iPhone SE 2020 model. This smartphone is similar to the iPhone 8 but the company has given a better camera and processor to it. In the iPhone SE 2020, the company has given the then-latest chipset Bionic A13. Along with this, the camera quality of the smartphone has also been improved.
Apple iPhone SE 2021 Launch Date and Price
After the launch of the new iPhone 12 series in October, the company has reduced the price of this smartphone. The starting price of the smartphone is Rs 78,900, which is of 64GB storage variant. At the same time, the 128GB and 256GB storage variants of the smartphone come at Rs 80,900 and Rs 110,900 respectively.