According to a report A well-known and reliable Tianfeng International analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released his forecast related to the Apple iPhone lineup from the next couple of years. In the report, the interesting take is on the smaller iPhone SE.
As per the report, Apple won’t be releasing the next-generation model of the new Apple iPhone SE (2020) this year. Instead, the device will be launched next year.
He further goes on to mention that there won’t be much change in terms of design of the smartphone and the display size of 4.7-inch could also remain the same. However, the company will be upgrading the processor and add support for 5G connectivity.
While it is mentioned that the chipset in the device will be upgraded, the report doesn’t reveal which processor will be used. Our speculation is that the device could pack the same chipset used in the upcoming iPhone 14 lineup or the current A14 Bionic.
The delayed launch of iPhone SE 3 doesn’t mean there won’t be a new iPhone SE model this year. As per the reports, the Cupertino-based giant is gearing up to launch iPhone SE Plus later this year.
The upcoming iPhone SE Plus is expected to come with a 6.1-inch display with a cutout on top of the screen. In the camera department, there could be a 12-megapixel dual-camera setup. Under the hood, it will pack A14 processor without 5G support and the device is also said to have support for a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.