iPhone SE 4 Is Coming? Everything You Need To Know It

Leaked render of the iPhone SE 4
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When Apple reintroduced the iPhone SE, it offered a great choice for users who wanted the familiarity of the home button with a modern processor and a respectable camera. Despite its initial success, the lack of a lineup refresh for almost two years sparked speculation that the company might have axed it altogether. However, recent suggest otherwise, with the company reportedly gearing up to launch the iPhone SE 4. Here’s what you need to know.

iPhone SE 4: Design and Display

Starting with the back, the iPhone SE 4, measuring around 147.7 x 71.5 x 7.7mm, will boast a single-camera setup reminiscent of the iPhone XR. However, moving to the front things get more interesting. This is because earlier rumors hinted at a 6.1-inch display with a dynamic island, but the latest renders from 91Mobiles suggest a 6.1-inch notched display. The exact display resolution remains unclear as of now.

Image of the leaked render of the iPhone SE 4 charging port
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The SE 4 is rumored to adopt a USB Type-C port for charging, eliminating the need for the lightning adapter. Additional speculation suggests the inclusion of an action button, similar to the iPhone 15 Pro series.

Specifications and cameras

Image of the back of the phone
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The iPhone SE 4 will likely feature the A15 Bionic chip. Scoring 2322 on Geekbench’s single-core test and 5714 on the multi-core test, the A15 chip promises excellent performance across various tasks. Unfortunately, specifics about the camera sensors are still unknown.

Launch Date

Conflicting rumors surround the iPhone SE 4’s launch. Some reports suggest an early 2025 release, while others hint at a launch alongside the iPhone 16 series.

Does the iPhone SE 4 make sense in 2024?

Image of the leaked render of the iPhone SE 4-2
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The previous iPhone SE targeted the small phone market when Apple leaned in that direction. However, when the company canceled the mini-series, it became evident that sustained demand for smaller devices did not exist.

With the recent renders indicating the company’s move towards the regular iPhone design, the question of whether there is even a demand for such a device becomes crucial. This is because with alternatives like the iPhone 14 or 13 available for those wanting a more affordable iPhone, the value proposition of the newer iPhone SE 4, offering similar specs while omitting the additional UltraWide camera, remains in question.

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