iPhone SE 4 Renders Based On A Boatload Of Rumors Show A Modified iPhone 14 Chassis With A USB-C port, Action Button And More

Apple has not been scheduled to launch its next low-cost handset, the iPhone SE 4, for a long time, but a barrage of rumors continue to pour through, updating the industry on the successor of the iPhone SE 3. This time, thanks to a series of renders, we get a cleaner and more in-depth look at how it would appear, and according to the latest images, the newer version shares similarities with the iPhone 14, with a few modifications, of course.

Apple also reportedly said to shift to OLED for the iPhone SE 4, but it will likely lack ProMotion technology

Thanks to the collaboration of AppleTrack and Shea, we got the iPhone SE 4 renders, which were designed based on several rumors. Firstly, Apple is said to increase the display of its new low-cost offering, going from a 4.7-inch panel on the iPhone SE 3 to a 6.1-inch OLED screen on the iPhone SE 4. Unfortunately, since Apple is expected to target a lower price for this model, we suspect that it will arrive without ProMotion technology, but it is still expected to share some iPhone 14 aesthetics.

However, unlike the iPhone 14, the iPhone SE 4 is said to feature a USB-C port, along with a single rear 48MP. According to the renders, this iPhone will also sport a notch instead of a Dynamic Island, making it Apple’s only future model to feature this cutout, but there is no word if it will get Face ID support. However, one of the biggest changes is the Action button, which is an addition that debuted on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max this year.

The fact that the Action button is said to arrive for the iPhone SE 4 suggests that its launch may not happen before 2024, but there are other reasons why it might face a delay, and that is the high price of Qualcomm’s 5G modems. With Apple renewing its licensing agreement with the San Diego chip firm as it continues to face problems with its own 5G modem development, using a Qualcomm 5G baseband chip will affect the iPhone SE 4’s profitability.

Regardless, for those who want an iPhone that matches their style, a slew of colors are expected, along with the same A16 Bionic chip that is currently present in the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. As for pricing, given the list of upgrades compared to the iPhone SE 3, we can expect Apple to charge customers more than $429, which is out of the affordability territory and more of a price-to-performance bracket. Regardless, a new design and a multitude of upgrades will be ideal for consumers who wish to try out Apple’s ecosystem, starting with iOS.

News Source: AppleTrack

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