The upcoming iPhone SE will eventually ditch its existing appearance and adopt what is purportedly the same design as the iPhone XR from 2018. If a recent rumor about the situation is to be believed, then yes. Since Jon Prosser, who spoke on the Geared Up podcast, is its source and has previously given accurate information, perhaps this will turn out to be true.
But before you go popping the cork, keep in mind that a new iPhone SE was introduced this year, two years after the release of the previous model. Therefore, if Apple maintains the same pace of distribution for this series, the new model, which will resemble an iPhone XR, will not be available until 2024. When that design will have been created for six years. I am sure you can sense how much Apple cares about its most affordable phone.
iPhone SE Will Have The Same Body As iPhone XR
Now that we have reached the products that the corporation presumably cares about, the iPhone 14 Pro series is allegedly going to have an enhanced ultrawide camera with a 1.4 m pixel size. Given the significant increase in pixel size from the ultrawide camera on the iPhone 13 Pro’s 1.0 m, it is not surprising that Apple paid more for the components at the source. Both LG Innotek and Sony are expected to profit from the price rise even though LG Innotek makes the “small camera module,” according to reports. On the other hand, owners of the two Pro versions that will be released later this year should benefit from superior ultrawide photos, particularly at night.