According to display industry consultant Ross Young, Apple suppliers will start producing display panels for the third-generation iPhone SE this month. Also, the final assembly of the device may begin in March. Therefore, the iPhone SE 3 is likely to be released in the second half of April, or possibly early May at the latest.
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As Macrumors reported, last year, Ross Young revealed that the new iPad mini will have an 8.3-inch display and remove the home button. Moreover, He was also the first to reveal that the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros will feature ProMotion displays. We mean he is a very reliable source of Apple-related products’ leaks. So there is every reason to think the information he disclosed this time is true as well.
— Mark Gurman (@markgurman) January 18, 2022
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman recently tweeted that Apple will hold a spring event to release the new iPhone SE and other new hardware. Last year, Apple held an event on April 20 and released the AirTag, the new iPad Pro, and 24-inch iMac models with the M1 chip, the new Apple TV 4K, and a purple option for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini.
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What Do We Know About iPhone SE 3?
The third-generation iPhone SE is expected to adopt the same design as the current iPhone SE. Thus, it still will come with a 4.7-inch display, the same A15 Bionic chip as the iPhone 13, and support for 5G. The main selling point of the device will be support for the 5G network. There have been rumors as it will cost around $449. If this is true, it will make the most affordable iPhone in history.
Prior to this, we have even seen the renders of the upcoming iPhone SE 3. On the front, we can see a screen with a notch. We guess it might come with the Face ID biometric authentication system. But it is much more likely that Apple will opt instead for a fingerprint sensor on the edge. If you remember, they used it on the new iPads. On the opposite side, there is a single-camera system.
However, we should admit that at the moment we don’t have any concrete information concerning its appearance. Everything we have been telling above is an assumption. So we don’t know whether it will be inspired by the iPhone X or it will retain the same design as the 2020 iPhone SE.