Specifications of the upcoming iPhone SE 4 have once again been revealed, giving tech enthusiasts an insight into what Apple’s potential successor to the iPhone SE (2022) could offer. Launched in 2022, the third-generation midrange iPhone SE models used a modified iPhone 8 chassis, which included the distinctive Touch ID button. The anticipated successor is expected to feature a more contemporary design, including a larger screen, a display notch, and compatibility with Face ID technology.
iPhone SE 4 Design and Camera Details
According to a report from MacRumors, Apple is in the process of developing a new iPhone model, internally called D59 and codenamed Ghost, to be released as the iPhone SE 4. Unlike its predecessor, this upcoming addition to the iPhone SE series is expected to have a similar design to Apple’s recent smartphone models.
As indicated by specifications obtained from unnamed sources, the iPhone SE 4 is expected to use a slightly modified iPhone 14 chassis. Apple’s previous-generation handset has dimensions of 146.7×71.5×7.8 mm and a weight of 172 grams. Although the chassis measurements may be the same as the iPhone 14, the iPhone SE 4 6g is expected to be lighter, with Apple opting for a single rear camera configuration.
iPhone SE models come with a single rear camera, while the standard and Pro models have dual and triple rear camera configurations. A recent report suggests that the upcoming iPhone SE 4 will be equipped with a 48-megapixel rear camera codenamed Portland. Although the rear panel is expected to look quite similar to the iPhone 14, the main difference lies in the single rear camera setup.
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Earlier information indicates that the iPhone SE 4 is rumored to feature a dedicated action button in place of the traditional mute switch, a feature initially introduced in the iPhone 15 Pro models this year. It is reported that this new button is programmable for various functions. Similar to the iPhone 15 series, the iPhone SE 4 is expected to adopt a USB Type-C port in line with charger standards in the EU, India, and California.