Apple iPhone 9 New Renders Surfaces Online, Reveals Design and Color Variants

We are all aware of the fact that Apple is planning to launch an affordable iPhone dubbed iPhone 9 in the coming weeks. In fact, the Cupertino based company will start assembling the device in February. Furthermore, the device might go official somewhere in the month of March. Well, we now have some leaked render images of the upcoming affordable device. The leaked renders reveal the design of the phone along with the possible color variants.

Apple iPhone 9 (aka iPhone SE2) Renders Surfaces Online

Apple iPhone 9 Renders

The leaked render images showcase three different color variant namely Red, Black, and White. Even though the iPhone 9 resembles the iPhone 8 device, there is no information on the signature gold color option. This is the first time we’re seeing the red color option on the iPhone 9. For those who’re unaware, Apple introduced the red color iPhones with its then-popular iPhone 7 smartphone. Coming to the design, you can see a single camera sensor at the back accompanied by an LED flash. There is an Apple logo branding in the middle.

On the front, you will see a small 4.7-inch display with thick traditional bezels and chin. Furthermore, you can see the physical TouchID button on the bottom that can be used to unlock the device. As mentioned numerous times, the iPhone 9 will resemble the iPhone 8 in more than one way and this render proofs the design aspect of the statement.

Specs, Features

Coming to the specs, Apple iPhone 9 aka iPhone SE2 will come with an improved A13 Bionic chipset paired with 3GB RAM and 64GB onboard memory. With that said, the new improved chipset will allow the device to continue getting iOS updates for a good amount of years. The device should come with a starting price tag of $399. Lastly, Apple is known for holding press conferences in the month of March meaning we might see the device getting official there.

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