Apple is reportedly mulling over the design and display size of the iPhone SE 4. The Cupertino-based tech giant is yet to finalise these two aspects of the next-generation affordable iPhone. DSCC Analyst Ross Young shared the information with his Super Followers on Twitter today.
The iPhone SE 4 was recently spotted in leaked renders revealing a familiar design. The next-generation offering is expected to debut in March or April next year.
iPhone SE 4 may get a bigger OLED display
Apple has been rumoured to introduce the upcoming iPhone SE in two different display panel sizes including 5.7 and 6.1.-inches. As per Young, the company is considering a 6.1-inch OLED display from two suppliers as well as a 5.7 and 6.1-inch LCD panel from two suppliers for the iPhone SE 4. However, the final decision is yet to be taken by the Cupertino brand.
Considering that the iPhone SE lineup carries an affordable price tag, they come with an LCD display along with thick bezels and a Touch ID home button. OLED panels are more expensive but reports suggest that Apple may try to bring down the prices for the low-cost iPhone SE.
Renders reveal that the iPhone SE 4 will retain the iPhone XR-like design. This isn’t surprising since the first-generation iPhone SE was based on iPhone 5S whereas the SE 2 and SE 3 looked identical to the iPhone 8. Since the next-generation SE is tipped to look similar to the iPhone XR, we can expect it to come with design changes compared to its predecessor mainly an all-screen with a notch display.