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Bloomberg: New low-cost iPhone entering production next month, could be released in March

[2020-01-22 00:20:36]

According to a new report from Bloomberg this evening, Apple’s upcoming low-cost iPhone will enter mass production next month. This is the device that has commonly been referred to as the iPhone SE 2 and iPhone 9. The post Bloomberg: New low-cost iPhone entering production next month, could be released in March appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Bloomberg: New low-cost iPhone entering production next month, could be released in March


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