When Apple will launch a follow-up to 2016’s iPhone SE, as well as the iPhone SE 2’s tech specs, design, new features and UK pricing. This page will be updated whenever new information emerges relating to the launch of an updated iPhone SE in 2017.

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has forecast that the iPhone SE 2 won’t make an appearance in 2017 at all, on the principle that Apple doesn’t want to cannibalise sales of the (higher-margin) iPhone 7. The SE 2, after all, would be a newer alternative at a lower price.

Ming-Chi Kuo has a tremendous track record of Apple predictions, but we’re not entirely convinced: six months as undisputed flagship ought to give the iPhone 7 more than enough time to rack up some decent sales, and anyone who opts instead for the iPhone SE 2 after that was more likely in any case to buy a first-gen SE or a smaller Android device than an iPhone 7.

Despite the chances of a one off, Macrumors reported in February that we could see a 128GB version of the iPhone SE introduced in March alongside new iPad models. This would make sense given the iPhone 7 saw the 16GB tier cut to make way for 32GB. Coupled with the relatively affordability of the SE, 128GB could prove a sweet spot for those who want a small handset but high capacity iPhone.

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