Apple launched the new iPhone 14 series last month and is expected to announce new iPads this month. After that, the company will start working on its lineup for 2023. But we are already hearing rumors about the next iPhone SE, which could be introduced in 2024.
According to reports, the iPhone SE 2024 or the 4th gen model could ditch the Touch ID and get a new-look design.
Ross has informed MacRumors that he forecasts Apple to release the 4th generation of iPhone Se with a slew of changes, most notably with a 6.1-inch display and featuring a notch. The interesting thing about the new iPhone SE’s notch is that it may not feature FaceID.
Chinese site MyDrivers and and leaker Jon Prosser believe that the iPhone SE is set to move to an iPhone XR-like design, which would involve eliminating the Home button. The change is likely since Apple’s “SE” products so far have always used the designs of older devices.
That’s right, from the rumours we are hearing, the iPhone SE 4 could look a lot like the iPhone X with a notch and bigger screen in play. These details come via Ross Young, analyst at Display Supply Chain Consultants. It goes without saying that the iPhone SE is long overdue for a design refresh.