The possible second-generation iPhone SE has been playing for months. Since Apple introduced the iPhone X and showed us what their idea is for a phone without frames that optimizes size, many have sought to extrapolate this idea to the smallest iPhone of all, the iPhone SE. A new filtered image revives the rumors, a few days after Apple celebrates its keynote.
As Sonny Dickson has published, we can see a photograph of two screen savers. In both we see how the top has a cut for the TrueDepth camera in the form of notch. Supposedly, the biggest protector of all corresponds to the iPhone X, while the smaller protector would refer to a new iPhone SE 2 with new design without frames.
What this protector of the supposed iPhone SE 2 tells us
If you look at the image, there are some subtle differences between the two protectors. For example, the thickness of the notch in the small screen saver (corresponding to the supposed iPhone SE 2) is much smaller. This may mean either that Apple has managed to reduce the size of the TrueDepth camera, or that it has taken some sensors to another part of the device.
This photograph is not the first one that takes a risk with a smaller notch, the accessories manufacturer Olixar suggested a similar design a few weeks ago. In this design we also saw how the notch was smaller. Either Apple has managed to reduce the second generation TrueDepth camera, or some components have moved, or it is a false rumor.
The credibility of this iPhone SE 2 remains in doubt despite this photograph. Actually anyone could make a screen saver with notch. It is not a piece of the iPhone itself, it is not anything new or can be replicated easily. In any case, we will be attentive to the WWDC, which will be held on Monday, June 4 at 7:00 p.m.