The new iPhone SE 4 will come with a larger full-screen display
The iPhone SE is set for a significant redesign, which ditches the aging Touch ID-dominated front fascia. It is meant to be moved in favor of a new full-screen design, and the iPhone SE 4 may have a larger display. The design overhaul is likely to bring a larger 6.1-inch display, replacing the old 4.7-inch panel with thick top and chin bezels.
According to Prosser’s idea, the iPhone SE 4 will look like the iPhone XR that launched back in October 2018. The four-year-old design features a curved aluminum side rail, a flowing front and rear glass panel, and a single main camera shooter placed in the top left corner of the iPhone’s back. The iPhone SE 4 is expected to pack in new internals in the old body frame of the iPhone XR.
This is in line with the path Apple has taken in the past with the first three generations of the iPhone SE. Previously, Apple designed the internals of the iPhone 5s for the first iPhone SE. It followed a similar path followed for the second and third generations of the iPhone line, in which the Cupertino-based company reworked the older iPhone 8 body style.
The new iPhone SE 4 is likely to get a notch design first. Apple is also rumored to retain the Touch ID system by incorporating a biometric authentication system into the side-mounted power/lock button. The internal hardware inside the iPhone SE 4 is still unknown but going by past trends, Apple will plank one of their top-of-the-line latest processors to power the iPhone SE 4.