San Francisco: Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has revealed that after the launch of the device in the first half of the year, the iPhone maker will sell 20 million phones of the iPhone SE 2 unit in 2020.
According to Apple Insider's Wednesday report, Koo also said that if everything goes according to plan, the cell can go up to 30 million due to the fame of the device.
According to reports, the motherboard used in SE2 may use a 10-layer substrate such as PCB (SLP). The same technology has also been used in the iPhone 11 version.
Even though SLP devices will have a less expensive component than those used in the iPhone 11 series, this will benefit many iPhone suppliers, including pendig holding, shingling, and AT&S. Ku hopes that the model of the device will be similar to the iPhone 8.