The recently launched iPhone 13 series has caused a stir around the world and now there is more good news for iPhone lovers. The company’s first affordable 5G iPhone model is going to be launched soon, the launch timeline of which we are going to tell you today. The upcoming iPhone will be equipped with the company’s fastest chipset. Let us tell you almost the full details of the new model of iPhone …
Indeed, according to a market research firm, the iPhone SE (2022) could come with 5G connectivity in the first quarter of 2022. The successor to Apple’s iPhone SE (2020) model will be equipped with Apple’s A15 bionic chip, which offers better connectivity and battery life than the previous model. The smartphone is expected to feature a display similar to the iPhone SE (2020) with touch ID buttons and a larger bezel. While previous reports have also hinted at a redesigned iPhone SE model, it is not expected to arrive before 2023.
A report by research firm Trendforce suggests that Apple will launch the third generation of its iPhone SE smartphone in the first quarter of 2022. This forecast is consistent with previous reports that the iPhone SE (222) could arrive in the spring of next year.
What will be special in iPhone SE (2022) (possible)
The company may offer its latest iPhone SE model the same treatment as the older model, meaning the same old design can be seen in the iPhone SE (2022), but it will be equipped with Apple’s 5nm A15 Bionic chipset (including the iPhone 13 series). This will make it the company’s first affordable 5G-enabled model. You may recall that the A15 Bionic chipset is currently Apple’s fastest mobile chip with a hexa-core SoC with two high-performance cores and two functionality cores. At the same time, the 4G-enabled iPhone SE (2020) has a 7nm A13 Bionic chipset that was in the iPhone 11 series.
Work is also underway on the iPhone SE with a larger display!
The iPhone SE (2022) is said to have the same design as the current iPhone SE (2020) model, with almost the same design as the older iPhone 8. This suggests that the next iPhone SE model may have Apple’s Touch ID on the physical home button, large bezels above and below, and a 4.7-inch display. These specifications are consistent with the predictions of Apple market analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Earlier reports also suggested that Apple could work on the iPhone SE model with a larger display. But according to reports, this model is not likely to come before 2023.