Sorry to bring you word of more delays, folks. You’re probably as sick of reading about them as we are writing about them, but when it comes to a larger iPhone SE Plus we figured you’d like to know.
According to the noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple plans on holding off until the second half of next year before launching the iPhone SE Plus, which may have a larger 5.5-inch or 6.1-inch display according to recent rumours.
Kuo had previously tipped the beefier version of the affordable handset would arrive in the first half of 2021. In one of his regular notes to investors, Kuo suggested supply chain constrains were behind the “likely” postponement of the launch.
He wrote (via MacRumors): “We predicted that Apple would launch the new iPhone model in 1H21 in a previous report…