Nothing personal, Forbes is a garbage source. Anyways, is a smaller iPhone coming? I do believe it is at some point, because Apple wants to broaden their demographic for what they offer in terms of a smart phone across the globe. The iPhone 6/7/8 (4.7) size was extremely popular phone for its size, and I do believe Apple sees that there is still a placeholder for a phone size like this, and I gather it will do very well in its own respect.
It will be iP8 size, not SE size. A 5.4” display is close the overall size 5.44” of an iP8.
I still think it should be 5.5". rather than 5.4'. The 5.5" makes people think the Screen is the same size as old iPhone Plus. ( When it is not due to different ratio, but most people don't understand this. )The message is clear: people like big phones, people like small phones. If you sit in the middle of that, you better be cheap.
Except, Apple was already offering the iPhone SE when the iPhone 7/8 were already in existence in their lineup. The SE was just recently discontinued in the fall 2018, not because it was competing against the other iPhone models, because it wasn’t making Apple enough money anymore. It’s simple logic.May be. Really depends on if Apple want a low cost iPhone that may or may not eat into the sale of larger iPhones. As long as iPhone 7/8 are around, they won’t introduce smaller iPhone SE replacement.
Forbes usually just ‘carbon copies’ other sites of their news, and barely even rewords it. I don’t find them credible, but they just regurgitate information we already know or has been previously reported on a topic like this.It’s Forbes and Gordon Kelly, enough said.
I think there will be s new SE, but I do t know what specs it’ll be, I think we will be surprised though with them when it’s announced.