Results: would you like to see a new iPhone SE?
But then again, the iPhone SE was sort of designed for the slow upgraders — the people who don't mind sticking with older tech as long as it's small, easy to lug around, and fits the ton of accessories they've already bought for it. Such a target audience can definitely live with a 2-year upgrade cycle and, what's even more, they are not really prone to upgrade to an SE 2 as soon as it lands.
Still, with the rumored drastic changes to the iPhone's design language, the form-factor that was first introduced with the iPhone 5 may actually finally die. That doesn't mean the next SE can't still be some sort of super-small iPhone, does it? We thought we'd ask you whether you'd like to see such a compact device, here are the poll results!