Redesigned notchless iPhone SE concept revealed
The affordable iPhone SE was introduced in April of last year. The model we tested also attracted attention with its 4.7-inch screen, A13 Bionic processor and a budget-friendly price.
The company appeared with the iPhone 12 family in the last quarter of last year. It is stated that the company continues to work on the new iPhone SE model. Although we do not have clear information about the design of the phone, Apple Lab shared the concept work of the phone. In the concept study prepared by the Twitter account named Apple Lab, it is seen that the phone has a perforated design. Thanks to this design language that we are familiar with from Samsung phones, the iPhone SE 2020 is one step closer to the endless screen experience. Due to the fact that Face ID face recognition technology is an expensive technology, it is stated that the new SE model will support Touch ID technology. As in the 2020 iPad Air, we are likely to see the fingerprint sensor on the power key in the new SE model.
When will the redesigned iPhone SE be available?
Apple is expected to launch an iPhone SE with 5G support next year. It is stated that the company will launch the redesigned iPhone SE model in 2023. Reliable sources, Kuo, says that the notched design language will not be used in 2023 and iPhones will switch to a perforated design.
iPhone SE (2023) in new Matte Purple finish with punch-hole Retina display
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