The iPhone SE has not seen an update in a while, but recent rumors suggest that the upcoming model could bring the most significant changes yet.

According to a report from MacRumors, the iPhone SE 4 is expected to abandon the Home button permanently, drawing design inspiration heavily from the iPhone 14. The report indicates that the iPhone 14’s chassis will undergo slight modifications to become the foundation for the iPhone SE 4. Consequently, the Home button will be eliminated, and Face ID will replace Touch ID.

Newly obtained specifications reveal that the iPhone SE 4 will utilize a modified version of the existing iPhone 14 chassis, featuring a flat design similar to the base model of the iPhone 14. Recent findings confirm that the fourth-generation iPhone SE will forgo the inclusion of a Touch ID home button. Instead, it will adopt an all-screen design derived from the iPhone 14, with Face ID serving as the primary biometric identification method.

This shift implies that the upcoming iPhone SE will sport a 6.1-inch display, a notable increase from the 4.7-inch display familiar to iPhone SE buyers.

The camera is also slated for upgrades, with reports suggesting that the iPhone SE 4 will boast a 48-megapixel camera, a feature currently found in Apple’s flagship iPhones, although potential tweaks may be implemented.

Additionally, the report mentions the inclusion of an Action button, a feature currently exclusive to the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. Unfortunately, there is no indication of the release date for this new model at present.