The iPhone SE 2 has been one of the main focuses of some of the biggest talk coming out of analysts in recent weeks, with Ming-Chi Kuo being arguably one of the loudest voices on that front. Now the analyst has provided a new research note claiming that Apple could sell at least 20 million iPhone SE 2 handsets in 2020.

Apple is said to be getting ready to announce the iPhone SE 2 in the first half of next year, with Kuo also saying that there’s the possibility that as many as 30 million units could be sold. Even Kuo admits that the number is on the high end, though.

While Apple is yet to say anything about a replacement for the iPhone SE, Kuo won’t stop talking about it.

Based on what we’ve heard so far it will look similar to an iPhone 8 but use the internals from an iPhone 11. That means we can expect Touch ID to be mated to an A13 chip alongside a 4.7-inch LCD screen. All of that will need to be sold at a price point below the iPhone XR or iPhone 11, which means the Phone SE 2 will likely replace the iPhone 8 in the lineup.

Apple is making a big push towards the bottom of its iPhone range and was keen to recenter the iPhone brand around the iPhone 11.

With that phone now seen as the standard iPhone Apple has room to give the iPhone 11 Pro its name and, likely, push the price upwards as well.

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