iPhone SE 4 design leak reveals iPhone 16-like design with Dynamic Island

iPhone SE 4 design has been leaked in images shared by tipster Majin Bu. Apple enthusiasts are expecting that the brand may unveil the next-generation SE model this year in India. However, contradictory reports also suggest that it may be unveiled in 2025.

Nevertheless, the rumour mill is steadily leaking details about the upcoming iPhones. The latest leak gives an idea about the design of the iPhone SE 4. It also suggests that the device will be larger than its predecessor, indicating that it may house a bigger display and battery. Here is all the information the tipper provided.

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iPhone SE 4 design leak

IPhone SE 4 render by Majin Bu

IPhone SE 4 render by Majin Bu

According to the tipster, the next-generation iPhone SE model’s design will be similar to the iPhone 16 lineup. However, readers should note that it seems Apple may not have finalised the design of the iPhone 16 series, but it is being said that there will not be any overhaul design changes as compared to the iPhone 15 series.

The leak states that the iPhone SE will arrive with support for Dynamic Island, which suggests that it will have a punch-hole display. In addition, the device is said to have a single camera on the back.

The tipster further said that the dimensions of the iPhone SE 4 will be similar to the iPhone XR, which was announced in 2018. To recall, the XR model measures 150.9 x 75.7 x 8.3mm. Hence, it appears that the iPhone SE 4 may have a larger form factor, a larger display, and a bigger battery.

iPhone SE 4 specifications (rumoured)

Past reports have revealed that the iPhone SE 4 will arrive with a 6.1-inch OLED panel and may pack a 3,279mAh battery, which can be charged via a USB Type-C port. The device is likely to feature an Action button that can be configured to launch a desired app or service. In addition, it is expected to feature a 48-megapixel rear camera. Instead of a Touch ID sensor, the iPhone SE 4 is likely to feature a TrueDepth camera for Face ID support.


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