It’s been two weeks now that Apple released the iPhone 13. The design hasn’t changed much this year, but as the battery gets bigger, the notch is getting smaller. Of course, now that the iPhone 13 is out, the Internet’s attention has turned to the iPhone 14. Will Apple drop the notch? Will Touch ID return? Is the Mini model doomed to fail? These are just some of the questions we need answered, but it’s worth noting that the iPhone 14 is unlikely to be Apple’s next phone. Instead, rumors suggest that the iPhone SE 3 is next, but a new design may not be on the cards.
iPhone SE 3: Similar Design, Better Specs
Apple’s Japanese blog on Friday makotkara He mentioned that the third generation iPhone SE will have the same 4.7-inch LCD screen as the second generation model, and a home button with Touch ID. So if you’re hoping for a modern looking iPhone SE, you might be out of luck.
The good news is that although the design will not change, the interiors will be revamped. Not only will the iPhone SE 3 have the same A15 Bionic chip as the iPhone 13, it will also feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon X60 5G modem. An old instrument with some contemporary tricks.
Apple is expected to start production of the third generation iPhone SE around December 2021. The launch should then follow in the footsteps of its predecessors in the spring of 2022. The original iPhone SE launched in March 2016, while the second generation SE arrived in April 2020.
More Proof That the iPhone SE Hasn’t Changed
Specially, makotkara The report is in line with the prediction made by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in June. Kuo said at the time that he expected the design of the iPhone SE 3 to be similar to that of the iPhone SE 2, with the same 4.7-inch display. He also expected a better processor and 5G.
Looks like anyone waiting for the revolutionary new iPhone SE will have to wait at least another generation. Rumors of the iPhone SE Plus have been floating around for months, but that seems to have faded lately. As much as there are leaks these days, it is also worth noting when the leaks suddenly go away, which appears to be the case with the iPhone SE Plus.
If Apple waits two more years between the release of the iPhone SE, then the notch may not be part of the design of the iPhone. If so, then the fourth generation iPhone SE could adopt the design of either the iPhone X. It can skip the notch entirely and go straight to the all-screen design.
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