iPhone SE 4 Rumored to Feature Larger BOE OLED Display and Face ID: What to Expect from Apple
It is rumored that the price of the iPhone 15 Pro may increase in the near future, which would be the first time since the release of the iPhone X. However, if you’re looking for a new Apple iPhone without spending a lot of money, the iPhone SE 4 could be an excellent option.
Although not due to be released until 2024, the iPhone SE 4 is already generating buzz. According to Mashable, the iPhone SE 4 is expected to offer a less expensive alternative to the premium iPhone series, similar to its predecessor, the iPhone SE 2022. Additionally, it may compete with the upcoming Google Pixel 7a.
According to reports, the iPhone SE 4 is expected to undergo a significant change by transitioning from its current smaller design, similar to the iPhone 8, to a larger 6.1-inch BOE OLED display. This would be a significant upgrade from the 4.7-inch screen size of the iPhone SE 3, making the new iPhone SE 4 comparable in size to the iPhone 13 and 14. Additionally, the iPhone SE 4 is expected to feature a notch design and thinner bezels than its predecessor.
Mashable reports that the iPhone SE 4 may drop Touch ID in favor of Face ID. Furthermore, the source suggests that the iPhone SE 4 may receive an A16 Bionic CPU from the 2019 iPhone 14 Pro models.