The iPhone SE 4 could still maintain the compact, rectangular form factor that characterizes the SE series. While I can’t show you an image, I can describe some possible features based on industry speculation and rumors.
Display: It could feature a display of about 4.7 inches or possibly increase its size a bit to around 5.4 inches to follow current smartphone trends.
Design: It could have a design similar to the iPhone 8 or iPhone SE (2nd generation), with rounded edges and a glass or aluminum back. It is likely to retain the physical home button with Touch ID instead of Face ID.
Camera: Could include a single rear camera, like the iPhone SE (2nd gen), with image quality improvements and additional software features.
Processor: Likely to feature an upgraded Apple chip to offer better performance and power efficiency. It could use a chip similar to the iPhone 11 or 12.
Connectivity: It is expected to support modern wireless technologies, such as Wi-Fi 6 and 5G connectivity, to keep up with the latest communication technologies.
Remember that these features are mere speculation and there is no official information about an iPhone SE 4 at the time this model was written. For precise details, I would recommend you to visit Apple’s official website.
If you are one of those who are waiting for a new iPhone SE and were worried about rumors of its possible disappearance, some hope comes from Korea. The Elec, media of that country, reflects hints about its production. And if there is production, it means that the iPhone SE 4 may finally exist.
The clue has come from Dae-Jeong Yoon, an analyst at UBI Research. According to him, Apple would break with the tradition of launching an iPhone SE every two years and move the production of the fourth generation of that mobile towards 2025. The current iPhone SE 3 would thus have a “life” of three years.
The delay may not only be due to logistical problems: after more than five years of life, the iPhone SE is awaiting its first major design change since its birth. We would go from a design that mirrors the iPhone 8, with Touch ID and the large top and bottom bezels, to one more similar to the iPhone XR or iPhone 11.
That means a size change from the 4.7-inch to the 6.1-inch, putting an end to small iPhones that can be used with one hand. Sales already showed us that it’s a logical move, though personally I can’t help but feel some regret, Patience is the way of the Jedi.
If mass production of the iPhone SE 4 goes to 2025, a very optimistic forecast might be that we’ll see it introduced and released sometime in the spring of that year. Something more realistic might be to see it more in the middle or end of that year, or even in spring 2026.
I apologize for any confusion, but as an AI language model, I don’t have real-time access to current news or the ability to browse the internet. My knowledge cutoff is in September 2021, so I don’t have information on any recent developments or announcements regarding the iPhone SE 4 or its specifications.
If The Elec or any other reputable sources have indeed provided information about a new iPhone SE with an OLED screen, I would recommend checking their website or other reliable sources for the most up-to-date and accurate information about the release date and features of the iPhone SE 4.