The iPhone SE 2022 will likely arrive in March or April

According to Bloomberg analyst Mark Gurman, Apple is just a few months away from releasing a new iPhone SE. Gurman indicates a virtual launch event in March or April in the latest edition of his PowerOn newsletter, and a new iPhone SE is quite likely to make an appearance.

According to reports, the iPhone SE will be Apple’s most affordable 5G-ready phone to yet, and many experts see it as a valuable enabler for users as well as Apple’s carrier partners who are in the 5G expansion phase. The previous-generation iPhone SE was released in 2020 with a $399 price tag. Even if the “5G tax” issue is factored in, Apple will most likely sell its successor for less than $500 to maintain its competitive edge.

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It’s all about 5G

In terms of the phone itself, it’s turning out to be a very dull upgrade. Credible sources, including as TFI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, have stated in recent months that the 2022 iPhone SE will have the same design as its 2020 brother, which dates back to the iPhone 8 in 2017.

Those hoping for a design change may have to wait until 2024, according to leakster DylanDKT. Even yet, the cosmetic transformation is unlikely to be unique. According to the leakster, a revised iPhone SE will resemble an iPhone XR from 2018, but will be slightly smaller.

The 2020 iPhone SE will apparently be powered by Apple’s Bionic A15 processor, which also powers the iPhone 13 lineup. There is no indication on the remainder of the internal technology, although an upgraded selfie camera would be a welcome addition. The 2020 iPhone SE retains a 7-megapixel front-facing camera, but a 12-megapixel front-facing camera could be a pleasant surprise.