Apple iPhone SE 4 renders show XR design, surprise no one

Apple iPhone SE 4 renders show XR design, surprise no one. Many speculate that the next iteration of the iPhone SE will take design cues from the iPhone XR, Apple’s entry-level smartphone from the notch era. Jon Prosser, the leaker, supports this with information from an unnamed source, which Ian Zelbo utilized to generate these 3D models.


It’s natural to feel like you’ve seen this movie; the SE series lags well behind the premium versions. This is the first iteration of the notch, debuting on the iPhone X ten years ago; the smaller notch didn’t debut until the iPhone XIII.

The fingerprint reader and real door key may also be discarded. The single-camera setup takes you back in time. Midnight, Starlight, and Product are brand-new hues (RED). The XR’s yellow, red, and blue colour scheme doesn’t appear all that different from the new iPad 10th gen’s.

Apple iPhone SE 4 renders show XR design, surprise no one.

In any case, the chipset is the only piece of hardware likely to get a significant update. The iPhone XR and SE (2022) both include Apple’s A12 processor, while the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus both use Apple’s A15 processor.

With the A16 processor being too expensive for a SE version, there isn’t much choice left other than the A15. The A15 with a 5-core GPU is a good option for Apple to adopt since it will allow a slight improvement over the existing SE. On the other hand, we may have more RAM, a larger battery, and quicker charging.


These are the main upgrades made to the iPhone SE (2022) from the iPhone 8 upon which it is built. Additionally, there is a charging port. Maybe it will be a USB-C port instead of a Lighting one. The phone will debut before the deadline. Thus it may continue to support Lightning. However, as the last remaining iPad to not adopt Type C, maybe it is time to move on.

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