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iPhone SE3 To Debut Next Year: 6.1-Inch Screen, Dual Rear Cameras

Apple officially launched the iPhone SE2 generation product last year. Although the machine brings a higher configuration, its “old” screen design equivalent to the iPhone 8 seems a bit out of place in today’s era when the screen ratio exceeds 90%. According to the latest analysis of JP Morgan Chase, Apple will bring a new iPhone SE3 model in 2022. It will not only improve the processor again, but will also change the previous design.

iPhone SE

Because of this, the market performance of iPhone SE2 is not outstanding. Consumers are most dissatisfied with its screen, camera, charging, etc. They are far behind the hardware configuration of this era. However, this situation will be greatly improved on the new generation of iPhone SE.

Analysts said that due to the global hot sales of the iPhone 11 series, Apple will use the appearance of the iPhone 11 for the iPhone SE3 model. The screen will be upgraded to a 6.1-inch LCD. This is the first time that Apple will use the iPhone SE series with a comprehensive screen design.

Camera and fingerprint recognition

At the same time, the camera will also use the same configuration of the iPhone 11, featuring a 12-megapixel dual-camera solution. It also has a 120° ultra-wide-angle lens. The latter can provide a richer camera experience and also supports optical image stabilization.

In terms of core, Apple will equip the iPhone SE3 with the latest A14 processor. It is exactly the same as the top-of-the-line flagship model. It has a very strong performance. But there is news that it may reduce support for 5G networks.

It is also worth mentioning that there are some reports that iPhone SE3 may add a new side fingerprint recognition. Because of the current epidemic, the Face ID facial recognition experience is very bad. Apple will introduce screen fingerprints for the iPhone 12S series. Limited by LCD technology, iPhone SE3 can only use side fingerprints to enhance the unlocking experience.

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