New iPhone SE Should Bring A15, 5G Chip And Same Design

iPhone SE: The 3rd generation iPhone SE should hit the market with Apple’s new A15 Bionic processor and support for 5G connections. The information comes from the Japanese blog Macotakara, which specializes in big tech news in Cupertino.

However, the device may not make any external changes, while retaining the 4.7-inch LCD screen and the Home Touch ID button. According to the page, the production of the mobile phone will start in December this year and is expected to be launched in the 2nd quarter of 2022.

In March of this year, Ming-Chi Kuo, a trusted Apple analyst, made a similar prediction about the iPhone SE 2022. The expert also suggested possible hardware improvements and support for 5G, but no design changes.

Earlier, rumors suggested that the line would undergo a major overhaul. For example, the new device could have a 5.5-inch display and the Touch ID button would be moved to the side of the device.

However, these rumors lost room for discussions about changes to the iPhone 14 mini. Apple is expected to downsize the mini version, currently with a 5.4-inch screen, in favor of a new “standard” 6-inch alternative.

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