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The second-generation iPhone SE was officially released on April 24, 2020, so it’s about time for a refresh, whether it be this year or next. There are rumors swirling that the third-generation iPhone SE could be based on the fourth-generation iPhone, but with an under-display Touch ID sensor. Other features include a new Lightning charging port rather than a 30-pin connector, a near bezel-less OLED display, and a single rear camera. Read more for a video and additional pictures.
It would make sense for this budget-priced handset to use the six-core A14 Bionic processor and have 4GB of RAM as well as a 2,815mAh battery, but 5G connectivity could be a stretch. When could you possibly see such a handset? Well, there are rumors of a March 23 event, although only new iPad models and AirTags are most likely to be introduced.
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