Large Image: Apple is said to be preparing an updated version of the low-cost iPhone SE that will be ready to ship in the first half of 2022. Both sources claim that the third-generation iPhone SE will retain the Touch ID sensor and home button. Since then, Apple has replaced these features on its new flagship iPhones with Face ID, the biometric authentication system for facial recognition.
In 2016, Apple introduced the iPhone SE line for those looking for a low-cost option for their flagship, as well as those who prefer a smaller screen. In 2020, Apple continued the series with the launch of the second generation iPhone SE, a slightly larger 4.7-inch phone that is packaged inside (for the iPhone 11 family), in an iPhone 8 compatible chassis. A report from DigiTimes indicates that the third generation of the iPhone The SE has an A14 Bionic processor from the current generation of the iPhone 12 series. Apple analyst Ming Chi Koo said last month that the next iPhone SE will have a faster processor as well as 5G connectivity, making it the cheapest 5G iPhone ever.
Looking back, Apple introduced the second generation iPhone SE in mid-April, so maybe it'll show it in the next mirror.
The next iPhone SE, which may not be available in the market until 2023, will replace the iPhone SE with a perforated front. If the rumors are true, it may also come with a larger 6.1-inch screen. p>
Apple's third-generation iPhone SE with A14 Bionic and 5G is expected to be released in the first half of 2022