Apple’s upcoming iPhone SE 4 is the talk of the town, and the latest rumors suggest that it will feature a significant upgrade in the form of an OLED display. The Elec reports that Apple will partner with BOE to supply 20 million OLED panels for the iPhone SE 4, which is expected to launch next year. This move marks a significant departure from the LCD screens used in previous iPhone SE models.
The iPhone SE 4 is rumored to have a 6.1-inch screen, the largest in the SE lineup, and could feature a Face ID scanner instead of Touch ID. Alternatively, it may integrate a side-mounted fingerprint reader, which would be a first for Apple. The phone’s overall design is expected to resemble the iPhone 13, which may come equipped with Apple’s custom 5G baseband chips.
While no concrete details are available regarding the iPhone SE 4’s camera, battery, and performance upgrades, rumors are swirling that significant improvements could be in the works. As we wait for more information to emerge, We’ll keep you updated as more information becomes available!
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