iPhone SE 4 CAD Renders Show Similarities With The iPhone 14, Such As A Notch Cutout, Increased Display Size With USB-C & More

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iPhone SE 4 CAD Renders Show Similarities With The iPhone 14, Such As A Notch Cutout, Increased Display Size With USB-C & More

Apple will continue its low-cost launches with the iPhone SE 4, which is said to arrive sometime in 2025. Prior to its unveiling, a few CAD renders were spotted online, sporting multiple similarities with the iPhone 14. Let us take a closer look at these images and see what Apple intends to re-purpose from a device released in 2022.

A different angle from the iPhone SE 4 CAD renders reveals that the low-cost offering may feature an Action button

Starting with the display, 91mobiles shows that unlike the iPhone SE 3, its successor will sport a much larger 6.1-inch panel that will likely support OLED technology like the iPhone 14. You can see in the image gallery below that there is also a notch cutout, hinting that the handset might also come with Face ID. This would be a handy feature since Touch ID has not only grown out of fashion but is often cumbersome as it requires you to provide physical authentication to gain access to the home screen.

Since the iPhone SE 4 will be targeted as an ‘affordable’ product, Apple may not use LTPO OLED panels, meaning that this device will not support ProMotion technology and, by extension, miss out on that buttery-smooth high refresh rate option. Fortunately, Apple intends to bring other additions to this model, ranging from the USB-C port, which was missing from the iPhone 14, as it still hung onto the Lightning interface.

If you take a closer gander at the sides of the CAD renders, you might also be able to spot the Action button. As most of you know, the Action button debuted with the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, allowing users to assign a specific functionality that can be triggered with the press of a button. This additional level of convenience is handy when you want to forego additional steps to perform the same task.

Earlier high-resolution renders shared similar attributes to these CAD images, and with BOE and Samsung rumored to be fighting each other in a bid to obtain Apple’s favor for iPhone SE 4 OLED orders, it is safe to say that we may get a launch on our hands next year. If you spot anything else from these CAD renders, let us know in the comments.

News Source: 91mobiles

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