The future iPhone SE would be covered with a screen with holes, claims a leak. According to a famous informant, Apple would trade the wide borders around the screen against a punch from 2023. The leak also evokes the arrival of the next iPhone SE scheduled for 2022. Compatible 5G, it would be enhanced with a screen similar to the model launched in 2020.

Iphone 1 - iPhone SE: Apple would bet on a holey screen from 2023
IPhone SE

Following the success of the first generation iPhone SE and the 2020 iPhone SE, Apple is expected to launch a third iPhone SE as early as next year. According to information on the web, the Cupertino giant would announce this new affordable smartphone in the first half of 2022.

Several months before the phone went into production, a leak confirmed several points in the technical sheet. In a post on his Twitter account, Ross Young, CEO of analysis firm Display Supply Chain Consultants and well-known industry source, says the next iPhone SE will be compatible with 5G. Ming-Chi Kuo, analyst specializing in the Apple universe, agrees. The smartphone should be content with 3.5 GHz frequencies.

Also read: Apple would launch iPhone SE Plus with A14 chip in H2 2021

No notch for future iPhone SE, Apple would adopt the holed screen

Unsurprisingly, Apple would once again recycle the worn-out design inspired by old iPhones. The terminal would therefore be built arounda 4.7-inch LCD screen. This touch screen would be surrounded by wide borders. In the bottom border, we would find a Touch ID fingerprint reader. According to the latest news, Apple would indeed be content to update the chipset. Instead of the A13 Bionic, Apple would add an A14 Bionic SoC, the powerful chip that powers the iPhone 12.

Secondly, Ross Young discusses the future of the range. In 2023, Apple would finally change the design of the iPhone SE by enlarging the screen and by eliminating the borders around the touch screen. “I heard about a 6.1 inch version in 2023 with a hole rather than a notch” Ross Young announces. Rather than a notch like iPhone 12 or iPhone 13, the Californian giant would adopt the punched screen in vogue among Android competitors. We’ll tell you more as soon as possible. While waiting for more information, feel free to give your opinion in the comments below.