Apple is testing the iPhone SE Plus with A15 Bionic chip

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Not only the main iPhone lineup is a hit, but the iPhone SE is also popular among those who love an entry-level iPhone. However, it's a shame that Apple doesn't update the iPhone SE as often as it updates its flagships. According to the latest source, things might change soon with the launch of the iPhone SE Plus next year.

Reports from the upstream supply chain claim that Apple is planning to add new entry-level models to gain more market share. Furthermore, the source also adds that the company is currently testing the iPhone SE Plus with an A15 Bionic chip. However, don't get excited too early, as the device is also being tested with the A14 Bionic chip.

Furthermore, the iPhone SE Plus is also said to come with an LCD panel that measures around 5-inch. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had suggested earlier that the upcoming iPhone SE won't have a design change and will focus on the hardware upgrade. Therefore, don't get your hopes up for an iPhone SE with a fresh look.

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