The iPhone SE 2022 5G is expected to launch sometime in early 2022 to succeed the iPhone SE 2022. Here’s what we know so far.
The iPhone SE 3 has long been in the buzz and has even gotten the analysts talking! Apple hasn’t officially announced anything on this front yet, but forecasters and analysts have been talking a lot about the iPhone SE 3 5G. Expected to be called iPhone SE 2022, the biggest addition to this compact iPhone is said to be 5G connectivity.
The iPhone SE 2022 / iPhone SE 3 / iPhone SE 5G is most likely a slightly updated iPhone SE 2020. This means that those customers who still prefer the compact dimensions of the current iPhone SE and older iPhone 6 models will likely have another chance to get a new iPhone of a similar size.
iPhone SE 3 5G: what we know so far
-First, the name. The iPhone SE in 2022 could be called the iPhone SE 2022, iPhone SE 5G, or iPhone SE 3. Since Apple calls the current model the “new” iPhone SE, we expect a similar designation for the 2022 model.
The most significant upgrade is expected to be the 5G chip in the iPhone 13. Apple could give this phone the A15 Bionic chip in the iPhone 13, which will enable 5G connectivity and the same levels of performance.
-While the 5G chip will be a new addition, the rest of the iPhone SE 2022 is likely to remain unchanged. That means you could see the same 4.7-inch screen accompanied by the Touch ID fingerprint scanner.
-The 4.7-inch screen is likely to retain the IPS LCD panel with True Tone technology. The display is expected to have thick bezels around it.
-It is also expected that the iPhone SE 2022 will stick to the Touch ID system instead of adopting a Face ID system like the more expensive iPhone models.
-Apple is expected to retain the same camera sensors as well. That means you could see a 12MP main rear camera and a 7MP front camera.
-The new iPhone SE is expected to retain the same battery capacity and Lightning port. However, this time no charger will be provided in the box.
-Other diverse features of the iPhone SE 2022 are expected to be IP67 water and dust resistance, wireless charging, stereo speakers, and support for up to six years of iOS updates.
Note that these are all based on rumors and leaks, and no information has been confirmed by Apple.