Apple iPhone SE 4: Here’s a list of rumored specs that might be offered

Apple is reportedly working on the fourth-generation iPhone SE. According to the previous launch cycle, the low-cost iPhone is expected to be unveiled in 2024. But the rumor mill is buzzing with the alleged features and specs of the iPhone SE. Here’s everything we know so far

Apple iPhone SE 4: Screen

Apple can also keep the small screen size with the fourth-generation iPhone SE. As a reminder, the existing iPhone SE 3 has a 4.7-inch LCD display. For iPhone SE 4, Apple is reportedly considering a screen between 5.7-inch and 6.1-inch. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says the phone may have a 6.1-inch screen, while another analyst, Ross Young, says the company is considering both 6.1-inch and 5.7-inch screen sizes for the device.

Apple iPhone SE 4: Design

All existing versions of iPhone SE are based on older iPhones. The existing iPhone SE (3rd generation) is modeled after iPhone 8 and has a 4.7-inch display with TouchID Home button. The upcoming Apple iPhone SE 4 according to reliable tipster Jon Prosser may look identical to the iPhone XR. It may have rounded edges. The company is rumored to be removing the TouchID and possibly replacing it with a different authentication method.

It is also said that Apple will bring a notch to the iPhone SE lineup with the upcoming iPhone SE 4. However, the notch will house the front camera, but it is not clear whether it will support FaceID authentication or not. .

Apple iPhone SE 4: Chipset

The existing iPhone SE 3 is powered by A15 Bionic chipset that powers the iPhone 13 series. The Apple iPhone SE 4 is likely to run on the A16 chip that powers the top-end phones of the existing iPhone 14 series and is expected to power the standard iPhone 15.

By 2024, 5G is likely to become mainstream in more regions, including India. The iPhone SE 4 is also expected to come with support for 5G. The existing iPhone SE 3 also offers 5G support.

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