5G, A15 chip and … same design

There’s news coming about the iPhone SE 3, and it’s not good news if you wanted a new design.

It seems that Apple is preparing a renovation of your popular iPhone SE, a third generation of the affordable device that would be introduced next year. However, it is not all good news as it seems that we will continue to maintain the same design, released in 2014 along with the iPhone 6 and slightly updated in the iPhone 8.

Apple’s Japanese blog Macotakara has revealed information about 3rd generation iPhone SE. According to its sources in China, the device will not feature a recognizable design change and it will look like the current iPhone SE.

This means that it will keep the same 4.7-inch LCD screen and home button with Touch ID. Some previous rumors had suggested that it was possible that Apple redesigned this iPhone, perhaps taking advantage of the design of the iPhone XR, but for that we will have to wait.

The iPhone SE (3rd generation) will continue to use the 4.7-inch Retina HD display and Touch ID, and is likely to be an updated model with the same A15 Bionic chip and the same Qualcomm Snapdragon X60 5G modem chip as the series. iPhone 13

The IPhone SE is one of the user’s favorites

Based on the information, production of this iPhone SE 3 is likely to start around December 2021 and that the device launches in spring 2022, the date the iPhone SE has always been released.

Does an iPhone SE makeover like this make sense?

It is true that the iPhone SE is the affordable model, with Power to spare and a reused design to cut costs. The current iPhone SE has the A13 Bionic chip, more than enough power for a device with these characteristics, so it is a renovation without much sense.

This iPhone SE 3 concept is simply spectacular

The next design that Apple could use again is the iPhone XR, a design that could well become an iPhone SE, although perhaps for that the design of the iPhone should change drastically, something that is expected for next year with the iPhone 14.

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