iPhone SE 4 Leaked Renders Offer Design, Features; We may see a launch in 2024

The iPhone SE 4 is expected to be released as the successor to the iPhone SE (2022) model. The alleged phone has been doing the rounds of the rumor mill for the past few months. Several leaks and reports have suggested the design and features the phone could launch with. Now, CAD renders of the iPhone SE 4 have leaked online to further suggest the phone’s design. The report sharing the renders also hinted that the phone might see an earlier launch than expected.

A 91 Mobiles report shared leaked CAD renders of the iPhone SE 4. The renders show the absence of a home button. The report suggests that it could have a 6.1-inch display, which is a significant upgrade over the 4.7-inch screen of the iPhone SE (2022). It is also seen with a notch in the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 models that houses the Face ID module, suggesting that the upcoming phone may also carry the same feature.

iPhone SE 4 CAD renders leaked
Photo: 91Mobiles

Like the older SE models, these renders of the iPhone SE 4 also suggest that the phone will be equipped with a single rear camera located in the upper left corner of the rear panel. The report adds that the phone will likely measure 147.7mm x 71.5mm x 7.7mm, which is comparable to the base iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 models.

Leaked CAD renders of the iPhone SE 4 also show a USB Type-C port on the bottom edge along with the speaker grills. An earlier report claimed that the phone would feature an action button, but this was not spotted in these renders. However, the latest report claims that despite earlier leaks suggesting a 2025 launch, the iPhone SE 4 could launch alongside the iPhone 16 range in 2024.

The iPhone SE 4 was previously speculated to include the Dynamic Island module. It is also rumored to get a battery similar to the one placed in the base model iPhone 14. According to an earlier leak, the phone could be powered by an internal A15 Bionic chip and get an improved camera and display compared to more the old models.

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