The iPhone SE has been playing a bad 4.7-inch screen since way back in 2016, so it’s time for Apple to shake things up with its lowest iPhone. And it looks like a radical redesign is on the way.
According to display analyst Ross Young on Twitter (as reported by Forbes), the iPhone SE will retain its 4.7-inch screen in 2022, while it is likely to add sub-6GHz 5G support. That’s the bad news. The good news is that the 2023 version will get a major upgrade.
Just last month, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also said that an iPhone SE 3 should be on the way during the first half of 2022. He says that the handset will have a 5G connection and a new chipset. which may be the iPhone 1
Apple LCD iPhone leak, we now hear that the next LCD iPhone SE will remain at 4.7 “in 2022. Some rumors that it may have 5G with Sub-6 GHz as well. Also hear of a 6.1” version in 2023 with holes in instead of a notch. April 1, 2021
However, the complete redesign of the iPhone SE is unlikely to take place until the following year if Ross Young’s remark proves to be accurate. This 2023 model will grow from 4.7 inches to 6.1 inches, while providing a hole at the top of the screen. The large frame around the iPhone SE was one of our only major complaints in our review, so this would be a very welcome change.
Based on this leak, the iPhone SE 4 will probably not have Face ID, as the TrueDepth camera may be too large to fit into a punch hold design. This means that you can expect Touch ID, either integrated in the power button or the screen itself.
The iPhone SE is still one of the best cheap phones despite its aging design. That’s because it has a powerful A13 Bionic chip and solid cameras for less than $ 400. But it’s clear that most users prefer a larger screen. It’s just a shame that Apple fans apparently have to wait a couple of years for the screen size and design they really want.