Apple has already launched its 2019 lineup of iPhones and, like any other iPhone in history, has seemingly split the mobile world again. Either the iPhone 11, in all three incarnations, is Apple's greatest or a sign of its declining legacy. But for all the attention it's getting, there is still one iPhone that has so far been absent for almost three years now. That's the iPhone SE's successor, the iPhone SE 2. But while it may share the name, analyst Ming-chi Kuo might have some bad news for the fans of that form factor.