Apple is not expected to launch a smaller iPhone SE 2 this year. Earlier rumours had hinted at a smaller, more budget friendly, iPhone would be heading to the market. Now, it would seem that Cupertino has changed its mind and is looking to only produce bigger iPhones.
This information comes from accessories maker Olixar which has historically supplied reasonably accurate news on upcoming smartphones. The company says that it believes its sources enough that it is currently proceeding with accessories for the larger iPhone X successor.
It is sad that Apple is moving away from smaller devices but as the market is moving towards larger phones it is understandable why the company is taking this route in future smartphone designs.