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iPhone SE 4 could come with a notched 6.1-inch LCD

iPhone SE 4 unofficial render (Source: MacRumors)
iPhone SE 4 unofficial render (Source: MacRumors)
According to reputed analyst Ross Young, the iPhone SE 4 will ship with a 6.1-inch IPS LCD screen. He previously revealed that the next-gen compact iPhone would hit the market with a 5.7-6.1-inch display with a notch for the selfie shooter. It is not clear yet when this handset will arrive, but late 2023 or early-mid 2024 are possible choices.

With many consumers still looking for a truly compact handset, Apple could take the wrong turn with the next-gen iPhone SE and take the screen size of its affordable, compact offering up to 6.1 inches. Since the device could come out in about a year or more, everything related about it is rumor mill material for now.

The latest iPhone SE 4-related rumors come from Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) analyst Ross Young, who recently talked to MacRumors about his revised expectations for the next-gen compact phone from Apple. Sadly, his updated insight seems to take the small display out of the equation. He previously said that the next-gen iPhone SE is set to arrive in 2024 with a 5.7-6.1-inch display. Now, he only mentioned a 6.1-inch IPS LCD screen with a notch for the selfie shooter, without saying anything about a possible launch date.

Other recent leaks and rumors concerning the iPhone SE 4 mentioned the lack of Face ID and the use of a capacitive Touch ID Home button that would be located in the bottom bezel, but also a side-mounted Touch ID button. Since the 6.1-inch display size is the same as that of the iPhone XR, it is very likely for Apple to refurbish the design of that handset for the next-gen iPhone SE. However, this would involve the removal of the dot projector for Face ID and, hopefully, updated internals.

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Codrut Nistor, 2022-10-10 (Update: 2022-10-10)