iPhone SE 2: A new rumor claims that Apple will be releasing the iPhone SE 2 next year, reports MacRumors. According to this rumor, the tech company plans to release the iPhone SE 2 in the first half of 2018. This lines up with previous rumors about the smartphone, and with the launch of the original back in 2016. The rumor also claims that Wistron will be the sole manufacturer of the iPhone SE 2.
AR Headset: Apple has reportedly bought a company that could help with its AR plans, TechCrunch notes. A recent report claims that the tech company has acquired Vrvana. Vrvana is the creator of a VR headset called Totem. This headset was never actually shipped, but early reviews praised it. The report claims that AAPL spent around $30 million to acquire the company. The acquisition makes sense as rumors swirl that the tech company is preparing to launch its own AR headset by 2020.
2018 iPhone: Rumor has it Apple wants to increase broadband speeds for its 2018 iPhone, reports BGR. This rumor claims that the tech company is working on a new antenna for the smartphone that will allow for faster transfer speeds. It says that the device will feature two LCP LTE antenna modules that will support 4×4 MIMO standards. This rumor comes from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has an incredibly solid track record when it comes to rumors about AAPL.