In the latest update on the iPhone SE 4, MacRumors has received corroborative information, affirming our prior report. The iPhone SE 4, also known as D59 and codenamed Ghost, represents Apple’s next budget-oriented iPhone, poised to replace the current third-gen iPhone SE.
Departing from the ageing iPhone 8 design, the iPhone SE 4 adopts a more modern look with an increased display size, resembling the base iPhone 14 model. Newly acquired specifications indicate a modified iPhone 14 chassis, featuring a flat design and omitting the Touch ID home button.
Instead, the iPhone SE 4 incorporates Face ID for biometric authentication. Comparisons of dimensions and weights reveal it to be lighter than the iPhone 14, owing to a single 48-megapixel rear camera design, codenamed “Portland.” Additional notable features include a multi-purpose Action button and a USB-C port, with a potential release date in 2025.
However, according to sources, these changes are rumours and that there could be subsequent changes to the phone’s final design. Furthermore, it appears that a number of people are excited for this new device as there are those who’d prefer an affordable but smaller phone.
Apple fans reacting to iPhone SE rumours
13 mini Please
— ikki (@rramadhiansyah_) November 10, 2023
Following that, users are genuinely more interested in having a device that would be similar to the mini iPhones. It seems that Apple discontinuing the mini iPhones are leaving those who’d prefer the smaller frame somewhat stranded. Despite this, there would most likely be stronger reasons why they discontinued the smaller phones.
Redditors feel that if the tech company releases smaller phones that they could be in trend again. The trend started when Samsung released their enormous (at the time) phones, which made the iPhones pale in comparison. However, many feel, like fashion, technology could be cyclical as well.
Several Apple enthusiasts are saying that the new SE phones will not be as groundbreaking as many would expect. This is due to the fact that these phones have always been the budget friendly option. Hence, if they were to give a higher end spec for these phones, it would be rather odd.
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