An LCD display, improved connectivity, and upgraded internals are all expected to be included in the new iPhone SE model, which will be introduced in 2022 by Apple, which is headquartered in Cupertino, California.
When it comes to hardware, the new phone will feature a brand new chipset — the A15 Bionic (5nm), which will enable it to work with 5G networks. According to GSMArena, the phone is expected to be priced at the same level as the iPhone SE (2020) in China and other parts of the world — CNY3, $299, or $399, depending on the region.
It is expected that despite the small form factor of the new device, it will be based on the design of Apple’s iPhone XR, according to reports.
Apple’s iPhone SE 3 will have 5G connectivity, as opposed to the 4G connectivity found in the iPhone SE 2020, which will be available in the iPhone SE 2020. Additionally, as a result of the upgraded internals, it is expected that the smartphone’s performance will be significantly improved.
An aluminium body, with bottom and top bezels, a 4.7-inch LCD screen, a Touch-ID sensor, and a home button are expected to be included in the same design as Apple’s current iPhone.
It is anticipated that production of the SE 3 will begin in December 2021, with delivery scheduled for December 2022.
Apple’s iPhone SE (2020), which is expected to be released in 2020, is powered by the A13 Bionic chipset, which contains a third-generation neural engine. Several cameras are housed within the device, one on the back and another on the front..
To avoid further delays, Apple is developing its own electric vehicle on its own, according to the latest launch update.
The iPhone maker is currently selecting final component suppliers. Prior to this contact, the tech behemoth inquired about possible joint development and contract manufacturing agreements with BMW, Hyundai, Nissan, and Toyota.
Apple issued three requests for information: an RFI, an RFP, and an RFQ, all of which were distributed to global auto component suppliers.
Apple has recently hired two ex-Mercedes engineers with extensive experience in vehicle mass production, mass steering and dynamics.
These engineers have now been hired as product design engineers by Apple’s Special Projects Group, most likely for the ‘Apple Car.’
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo previously predicted that the company’s Apple Car would not be available until 2025 to 2027.
According to Kuo, Apple Car specifications are still being worked on, and the vehicle’s release date may be pushed back to 2028 or even 2029 at this point.
Apple’s current director of the company’s electric-car project, Doug Field, is also leaving Ford. Field has been appointed as Ford’s Chief Advanced Technology and Embedded Systems Officer.