Since 2016, the iPhone SE has been using a 4.7-inch display, so now is the time for Apple to change the status quo with its lowest cost iPhone. It seems to be undergoing a complete redesign.
According to a report by display analyst Ross Young on Twitter (according to Forbes), the iPhone SE will maintain its 4.7-inch display in 2022, and may add 5G support below 6GHz. That is bad news. The good news is that the 2023 version will get a major upgrade.
Just last month, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also stated that the iPhone SE 3 should come out in the first half of 2022. He said that this phone should have 5G connectivity and a new chipset. It may be the A1
Apple LCD iPhone leaked, we now hear that the next generation LCD iPhone SE will remain at 4.7 inches in 2022. Some rumors claim that it may also have 5G below 6 GHz.I also heard that a 6.1-inch version will be launched in 2023, instead of punching, instead of April 1, 2021.
However, if Ross Young’s notes prove to be accurate, it will not be possible until the complete redesign of the iPhone SE the following year. This 2023 model will grow from 4.7 inches to 6.1 inches, while also providing a punch hole to the top of the display. The large bezel around the iPhone SE is one of the only major complaints in our review, so this will be a very welcome change.
Based on this leak, because the TrueDepth camera technology may be too large to fit into the hole punch design, the iPhone SE 4 may not have Face ID. This means you should expect to integrate Touch ID into the power button or the display itself.
Despite its outdated design, the iPhone SE is still one of the cheapest phones. This is because it packs a powerful A13 bionic chip and solid-state camera, and the price is less than $400. But it is clear that most users prefer larger displays. Unfortunately, Apple fans obviously have to wait a few years to determine the screen size and design they really want.