Apple shipped over 12 million units of the iPhone SE 2020 in the second quarter.

Apple shipped over 12 million units of the iPhone SE 2020 in the second quarter.

In 2016, Apple released a high-end compact device and named it the iPhone SE. The company recorded huge sales and a lot of good reviews on the smartphone.

Late last year, rumours about the specs, release date and pricing information of the next generation iPhone named iPhone SE 2 started to make waves on the internet.

In April 2020, Apple finally put everyone out of their mystery when it released the much-anticipated iPhone SE. It debuted as iPhone SE 2020. The device arrived with flagship-grade specs and a design similar to the Apple iPhone 7 that launched a couple of years back.

The iPhone SE 2020 is said to be targeted at first-time users of the iPhone. The iPhone SE 2020 broke a record as it debuted as the lowest priced smartphone from Apple so far.

The iPhone SE 2020’s compact design, premium finish, and affordability attracted a lot of old-time and new Apple fans. According to a report from the Taiwan Economy Daily, around 12 million to 14 million units of the iPhone SE 2020 has shipped in the second quarter of the year.

Taking into consideration the fact that the phone was launched during the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of units already shipped out is quite impressive.

Based on reports, Apple is planning to release another affordable smartphone. The device will be priced anywhere between $200 and $300 and will likely debut next year. The report is not confirmed yet, but it further revealed that the device will be fueled by Apple’s A13 chipset.

The new iPhone SE 2020 has a 4.7-inch HD Retina display. It is driven by Apple’s latest A13 chipset and is available in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage options.

Till now, Apple is yet to reveal the iPhone SE 2020’s battery capacity. However, the company stated that the phone carries support for 18W fast charging technology.