The report also talks about how Apple iPhone SE has been adopted in low-end markets, and that's the reason the company is building generation two of the device.
From the manufacturing point of view, the upcoming smartphone will be made in India (assembled) in the Wistron facility in namma Bengaluru.
Some of Apple's fans are still sticking to the age-old thought of a 4-inch phone is as big as you will ever need it to be.
Not much is known about the upcoming iPhone, but CENS says it probably won't be that different to the original iPhone SE - once the best selling smartphone in the United Kingdom - with Apple set to equip the device with the same 4in display as its predecessor.
We heard rumors about a new iPhone SE earlier this year and now it looks like Apple could be planning to launch the handset next year.
iPhone X features a fullscreen OLED display, wireless charging, dual cameras with improved depth sensing, and a whole new face recognition unlock system called Face ID. The company released the first version of the 4-inch budget handset in 2016 as a way to cater to customers that prefer a smaller device or those living in countries like India, and evidently Apple has decided that it's time to make some changes under the hood. The device will be equipped with Apple's Fusion A10 processor, RAM 2 GB, internal memory 32 GB, the main 12-megapixel camera and optional 5-Megapixel. Moreover, the SE also supports 4K video playback, which was not available on the iPhone 5S.
If you buy an iPhone X at T-Mobile, the carrier will give you $300 off your bill over a period of 24 months. Share your views in the comment box.