Apple’s next-gen iPhone SE could be unveiled this month

Apple is rumored to be launching its 3rd generation iPhone SE later this month. It will likely be the first affordable iPhone with 5G connectivity.

Apple Rumor has it that it will launch its 3rd generation iPhone SE later this month. The original iPhone SE launched in 2016 before Apple temporarily discontinued its line of “affordable” iPhones for the next few years. Apple only introduced the second-generation iPhone SE in 2020. Although it already offers decent performance at a relatively affordable price, the upcoming device is expected to add some new features that should make it a more attractive proposition for consumers. buyers.

Apple typically holds two hardware events each year, including one in the fall and one in the spring. While the fall event is categorically reserved for new flagship iPhones, the spring event is often used to announce other devices, such as iPads and Macs. Although the company did not hold spring events in 2017 and 2020, rumors from multiple sources this year suggest that it will almost certainly hold a new event this month, although the exact date has not yet been announced. not yet announced.

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Apple is rumored to not only launch the third-generation iPhone SE at the upcoming event, but it will also unveil a slew of other products. Including a brand new iPad Air, an updated Mac Mini and possibly a new MacBook Pro with the Apple M2 processor. There is also talk that Apple might announce iOS 15.4 during this event. As for when Apple will hold its spring event, early rumors suggested it could happen on March 8, which is next week. However, since Apple has yet to announce anything about the event or send out any invites, it will likely take place later this month.


iPhone SE (2022): specs, price and availability


A slew of rumors over the past few weeks have seemingly revealed quite a few details about the iPhone SE 3 or iPhone SE (2022). According to reports, the device is unlikely to see a significant design change this year, which means it will still feature a 4.7-inch screen and a physical home button with a fingerprint scanner. integrated like its predecessor. However, despite its static design, it is still said to come with 5G connectivity, which has become standard for all modern smartphones. It is also rumored to be powered by the A15 Bionic processor, which is the same used in the iPhone 13 lineup.


A recent rumor has also suggested that the price of the device could be $300, which is $100 less than the $400 price of the second-generation iPhone SE. The report surfaced late last month on Investor Business Daily, who cited Loop Capital Markets analyst John Donovan as the source of his information. However, more recent reports have since suggested that Apple will likely stick to its $400 price tag, so it will be interesting to see who gets it right in that regard.

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Source: Mashable, the daily life of investors

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