It’s that time of the year again – the time when analysts forecast a small, cheap iPhone. It’s easy to see where they are coming from, as the iPhone, Apple’s cash cow, has been facing declining sales for several quarters now.

Apple tried to prop up sales by offering generous (by its standards) trade-in programs, to entice consumers to upgrade. Cupertino even reduced the prices of the XS and XR models in some regions, something the company rarely does before the next generation of phones comes out.

The iPhone SE successor – its name and price are still to be determined – will be…

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