Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo shared some information about the third-generation iPhone SE, which is expected to be released next year. The smartphone will come with a 6-inch screen, dual rear cameras and Touch ID technology.
Analyst analyst Min-Chi Kuo, whose predictions about Apple products are almost always correct, shared the first information about the third-generation iPhone SE. According to him, the smartphone will come with dual rear cameras and 5G support.
The smartphone’s screen will increase from 4.7 inches to 6.06 inches compared to the current iPhone SE. In addition, the bezels will be thinner and the Home button will disappear. The Touch ID finger scanner is reported to be protected, but where to place the sensor is a question mark. It looks likely to be integrated into the power button like the latest iPad Air.
Which processor will it get power from?
If Apple continues its current strategy, we can see the iPhone 12 processor in the third generation iPhone SE. The company may include the A14 Bionic, the most powerful processor ever produced with a 5 nanometer process, in its new phone.
We do not currently have any other information about the technical specifications of the iPhone SE 3. According to Min-Chi Kuo, it seems unlikely that the smartphone will launch before the second half of next year.