Every year, the Cupertino-based tech giant plans to release some of the most innovative and user-friendly features on its smartphones. Apple introduced features such as the powerful A16 Bionic chip, Dynamic Island, and satellite connectivity with the iPhone 14 series this year.
According to recent reports, Apple plans to release the 4th Gen iPhone SE with a 6.1-inch IPS LCD and a notch cutout on the screen. According to MacRumors, the latest claim was made by Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) analyst Ross Young. Besides that, new leaks indicate that the device will bring to mind the iPhone XR in looks.
Young has a track record of accurately predicting Apple’s plans for its upcoming smartphones. According to the analyst, Apple plans to launch the new iPhone SE model in 2023 with an upgraded 6.1-inch display and a hole-shaped cutout for the front camera.
The report also suggested that Apple may include the Dynamic Island on the iPhone SE when it is released in 2024. According to reports, Dynamic Island may be included in all devices released that year. However, Ross has not said anything about the inclusion of a TrueDepth camera to support Face ID on the new iPhone SE devices.
The addition of a larger screen precludes the use of the capacitive Touch Id Home button, which has been a mainstay of the iPhone SE series. Several other reports, however, have claimed that Apple is likely to include a Touch ID Side Button on the new iPhone SE, similar to the ones seen on the iPad Mini and iPad Air.
Apple unveiled the Dynamic Island on the iPhone 14 Pro models at its recent ‘Far Out’ event. It’s basically an interactive notch that houses the iPhone‘s front camera and Face ID sensor. The new notch displays notifications, alerts, and app shortcuts. It is currently only available on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.