The reason as reports suggest is that Apple is yet to put a final decision as to how the phone would actually look, some reports have cited that the upcoming latest model of the iPhone SE would have a 4inch screen whereas some have said that iPhone SE 2 would have a massive 6 inch screen.
Although some rumours have suggested a launch at WWDC there are also reports that the new SE will be unveiled in September alongside three other phones.
One of this year's announcements is widely believed to be the reveal of the iPhone SE 2, which according to a tweet sent out last Friday by the reliable mobile leaker Evan Blass, is supposedly going to be called iPhone SE (2018). Because Apple uses its notch for an advanced array of sensors for faceID, unlike other Android OEMs, who do it just to follow the trend. Some tipsters had even gone to the brink of leaking 3D CAD renders of the anticipated baby iPhone wearing an iPhone X-like front fascia with a notch and narrow bezels.
In the last couple of months, rumours about Apple iPhone SE 2 have surfaced a lot.
Thanks to a bunch of leaked data over the course of the past few weeks, it is now thought that the iPhone SE would heavily borrow design cues from its elder brother, the iPhone X. Because the iPhone 8 doesn't have it. And should have at least the A11 Bionic process if not the A12. As far as memory is concerned, the iPhone SE 2 is likely to come in two versions - a base 32GB version and a higher priced 128GB variant. And now, new reports have emerged concerning the SE 2. Also, SVP Daniel J. Riccio sold 17,375 shares of Apple stock in a transaction on Wednesday, April 4th. Olixar's renders indicate that the device might not feature the Face ID camera system because the top cutout is only half as wide as that of the iPhone X. It'll also come with a notch and a design similar to the iPhone X. It states that the device is nowhere close to the mass production now. The iPhone SE 2 rumors are to be taken with a pinch of salt. Apple comprises 4.7% of David R. Rahn & Associates Inc.'s investment portfolio, making the stock its 3rd largest position. Mac Otakara's sources might be talking about the LCD iPhone, which would hit the store shelves in September, rather than the iPhone SE 2. Let's see whether this years iPhone color option become successful to win consumers heart. The second is rumoured to sport a 6-inch display, which falls in line with the midrange iPhone rumoured with an LCD iPhone. According to StreetInsider, Apple will look to boost sales of its new 6.1-inch LCD iPhone by releasing the device in blue, yellow and pink, similar to the low-priced iPhone 5c that launched in five colours (blue, green, yellow, pink and white) in 2013.
The 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus will have similar specifications as the current design but an OLED display and 4GB of RAM, he predicts.
Zhang estimates that Apple will produce 120 million iPhone units in the second half of this year.