iPhone SE (2022) leaked design, chipset, color variants. Apple expects to unveil an upgrade to its iPhone SE (2020) on March 8. It’s unclear what the next iPhone will be named”the iPhone SE (2022) or iPhone SE 3. A couple of days in advance of the launch date, Apple analyst named Ming-Chi Kou has released key information regarding the form factor, chip and color variations for the iPhone SE (2022).
According to Kuo this iPhone SE (2022) will have a similar form factor that of that of the iPhone SE (2020).Like the predecessor model it will also have a curved screen. iPhone SE (2022) will have a variety of colors and will have storage capacities that range from 64 GB to 128GB and the 256 gigabytes. iPhone SE (2022) will come in three different colors. iPhone SE (2022) will be available in different color options like black, white and red.
iPhone SE (2022) leaked design, chipset, color variants
It will be powered through an Apple A15 Bionic chipset, and it will also have capabilities for connectivity to 5G (mmWave as well as sub-6GHz). Kuo said it will begin it will begin the iPhone SE (2022)’s mass production in the month of April. It is expected to release between 25 and 30 million units in 2022. It is believed that 5G connectivity support is the only significant enhancement on iPhone SE iPhone SE (2022) as when compared to the previous.
Based on earlier reports that suggest it is possible that iPhone SE 3 may retain the 4.7-inch LCD display as well as a physical home button on the front, which is paired together with it’s Touch ID fingerprint scanner. The event on March 8 will also bring the launch of a few different Apple products.
It is expected that the iPad Air 5 expected to arrive with improved features like the Apple A15 chip, 5G support and a 12-megapixel camera for FaceTime as well as the Centre Stage support. Other products that are likely to be revealed are an M2 chip powered MacBook Air, a 23-inch Mac equipped with the HDR display , and an M1Pro/Max processor, as well as the Mac Mini with an M1 Pro/Max chip.