iPhone SE 4 Concept Renders Reveal Potential Design Features
The iPhone SE lineup, last refreshed in March 2022, is anticipated to see the introduction of the iPhone SE 4 in the near future. Recent concept renders, originating from Apple Track and Concept Central, offer insights into the potential design of the iPhone SE 4, suggesting similarities with recently launched iPhones.
The renders illustrate a device with a flat frame, featuring three buttons on the left side, encompassing the volume rocker and the action button introduced with the iPhone 15 Pro models. The back of the device showcases a single camera accompanied by a flash. On the front, a prominent notch is visible, potentially housing Face ID technology, indicating a departure from Touch ID functionality. At the bottom, speaker grills are present alongside a USB-C port, aligning with the recent shift seen in the iPhone 15 series.
Additionally, a recent report from MacRumours indicates that the iPhone SE 4 is expected to retain the design language of the iPhone 14 but with modifications. According to the report, the current dimensions of the iPhone SE 4 align perfectly with the base model of the iPhone 14.
Launch Date Speculations
The release date for the iPhone SE 4 has been a subject of uncertainty since its development was revealed. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, known for accurate information, initially reported in January that a planned iPhone SE for 2024 had been canceled. However, in February, he revised his statement, indicating a revival of the project. In April, Kuo changed his prediction again, suggesting that the model he previously mentioned might be an engineering prototype for an in-house 5G baseband chip from Apple.
As of now, it is expected that the iPhone SE 4 could potentially launch in 2024 or early 2025. While no confirmation has been provided, updates will be provided as new information emerges about the smartphone.