Apple may not launch the next iPhone SE until 2022 – Source
There was a report about Apple launching as numerous as four new iPhone 13 models in 2021, and soon we have information through the corresponding source about the iPhone SE 3.
Appearing courtesy of Ross Young of Display Supply Chain Consultants who had decided to Twitter to share information about the affordable iPhone SE 3 there is information that the following iPhone SE will not be launched in 2021, but instead will be launched in 2022.
As per Young, the iPhone SE 3 will appear with a 6.06-inch LCD when it eventually launches in 2022, and will also feature a dual rear camera set-up that will be identical to the one we’ve before seen on the iPhone 11.
The iPhone SE 3, he insists, will also arrive with a fingerprint sensor rather than the FaceID. Additionally, the phone is required not to support fast millimeter-wave 5G technology but instead use sub 6Ghz bands.
In a tweet, Young stated, “Like DSCC, Mizuho Securities also says no new iPhone SE model in 2021, have to remain till 2022. They do maintain all iPhone 13 models will have combined touch, BOE will join LGD on both 6.1″ models, mini, and 13 will adopt 12 Pro Max camera sensors. Sensor size will increase on Pro.”
The tweet also shows some key features about the iPhone 13 models which could get with correspondingly sized displays like the iPhone 12 devices.
In total there will be four phones under the line-up, with the iPhone 13 series also related to integrating touch (Y-Octa) panels.
As per the information given by Young, the iPhone 13 will get a 5.42-inch display; there will be a larger iPhone 13 model with a 6.06-inch panel. The iPhone 13 Pro will also flaunt a 6.06-inch display, while the iPhone 13 Pro Max will receive a 6.67-inch display.
Additionally, all models are supposed to sport OLED panels; however, their suppliers will be modified.
This is because SDC (Samsung Display Co., Ltd.) will provide panels for Pro Max as well as the smaller model, which could be called as Mini, while LGD (LG Display) will be performing panels for the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro. The report also alleges that BOE will also be providing panels for the Pro and standard iPhone 13 models.
Of the four, only the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are inclined to get a ToF camera. The iPhone 13 models are established to get a dual-camera set-up, as argued to triple-lens ones on the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max phones.