Apple PCB orders for iPhone SE2 postponed due to coronavirus

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The iPhone SE2 is expected to be based on the iPhone 6 and will follow-on from the success of the iPhone SE (pictured)
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The iPhone SE2 is expected to be based on the iPhone 6 and will follow-on from the success of the iPhone SE (pictured)

The launch of Apple’s upgraded entry-level iPhone SE2 has been pushed back from this month into the second quarter

Orders for the printed circuit boards (PCBs) for Apple's upcoming iPhone SE2 have been postponed due to the disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak. As a result, the device won't be launched this...

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