Apple has just launched a new iPhone by surprise – but has the brand also fundamentally changed the smartphone market at the same stroke?
The iPhone SE 2 arrived without the usual flurry of publicity that accompanies Apple’s tech launches, which usually take the form of keynote speeches that are almost as iconic as its products. But despite the initial lack of hoopla, this certainly is not a device that will slip under the radar.
Although failing to capture the imagination at first glance (it looks near-identical to the iPhone 8), the iPhone SE 2 nonetheless has three key selling points that could seriously disrupt the smartphone market: its price, its processor, and its camera.
Firstly, its low price immediately makes it the cheapest iPhone in the range and offers an entry point to the…