iPhone 9 / iPhone SE 2
The reports on this one have also been increasingly consistent since early last year, so there probably won’t be too many surprises here. It’s expected to basically be the same design as the 2017 iPhone 8, but sport Apple’s latest A13 SoC, putting its performance on par with the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro models.
It will also likely ditch 3D Touch, since no other current iPhone model has it, and may also include a few subtle design changes, but every other internal spec from the cameras to the home button is expected to be identical to the iPhone 8. There were also some rumours that a larger “iPhone 9 Plus” could accompany it, but these have been considerably more vague, and the only reason we’ve given them any credence is because Apple has thus far still been selling the iPhone 8 Plus, which seems like it will be discontinued once this new model is released.