No more hideous notch from 2015, but there’s a new notch that’s technically from an older model, very confusing Apple
Leaker Jon Prosser claims that the fourth-generation iPhone SE will have an almost identical appearance to the iPhone XR (hooow surprising indeed).
Prosser claimed in a video posted to his Front Page Tech YouTube channel that the fourth-generation iPhone SE will essentially look the same as the iPhone XR from 2018.
Given that the design of the first-generation iPhone SE was based on the iPhone 5S from 2013, and that of the second- and third-generation iPhone SE is based on the iPhone 8, the shift seems conceivable.
The most recent information adds to Prosser’s first assertion from August, but he is still unsure of the device’s internals and specifications, even if it is probably going to use some older hardware to reduce costs.
Apple concept graphic artist Ian Zelbo produced renders of the new gadget that are said to correctly represent it in order to highlight the design of the fourth-generation iPhone SE.
The iPhone SE will switch to an iPhone XR-like design, according to a rumor from the Chinese website MyDrivers in October 2021. This allegation now appears to have received support from a number of other sites.
Since before the third-generation model debuted earlier this year, the fourth-generation iPhone SE has been a subject of rumors.
In line with a recent prediction from display analyst Ross Young, Prosser’s most recent assertion confirms that the upcoming iPhone SE will have a 6.1-inch display with a “notch” cutout at the top of the screen.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo first claimed that the company was developing an iPhone SE with a 6.1-inch LCD display back in 2019. Since the iPhone XR had a 6.1-inch LCD screen with a notch, most rumors appear to agree on how the next-generation iPhone SE would look.