IPHONE SE 3 to come in the second half of April or early May

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Ross Young, a display industry consultant, says that Apple suppliers will begin producing display panels for the new third-generation iPhone SE in March. The final assembly of this device could begin in March. The iPhone SE 3 will likely be released in April’s second half or early May.

Macrumors reported last year that Ross Young had revealed that the new iPad mini would have an 8.3-inch screen and eliminate the home button. Ross Young was also the first person to announce that the new 14-inch and 16 inch MacBook Pros will have ProMotion displays. He is an extremely reliable source for leaks about Apple-related products. There is every reason for us to believe that the information he shared this time is also true.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman tweeted recently that Apple would hold a spring event in order to unveil the new iPhone SE as well as other new hardware. Apple’s April 20 event saw the release of the AirTag, the 24-inch iMac models with M1 chips, the new Apple TV 4K and a purple option on the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 min.

WHAT DO WE KNOW ALL ABOUT IPHONESE 3?

It is expected that the third-generation iPhone SE will retain the current design. It will still have a 4.7-inch display, the A15 Bionic chip from the iPhone 13 and 5G support. Support for 5G networks will be the main selling point. Rumors suggest that it will retail for $449. It will be the most affordable iPhone ever made if this is true.

We have seen the renders for the iPhone SE 3 before this. We can see the screen’s front with a notch. It could be equipped with Face ID biometric authentication. Apple is more likely to opt for a fingerprint sensor at the edge. It was used on the latest iPads if you recall. The other side has a single-camera system.

We must admit, however, that we do not have any concrete information about its appearance at this time. All of the information we’ve given is an assumption. We don’t know if it will take inspiration from the iPhone X, or if it will keep the same design as the 2020 iPhone SE.

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