Apple has big plans for 2022 with the launch of their iPhone 14 series along with the new Mac lineup that includes the transition to M2 chips as well.
After the success of M1 chips, we know that Apple must be excited to launch their iMac Pro and Mac Pro devices with their own custom silicon.
But before that, we have a new report and this is related to a fan-favorite smartphone model from the company which is the iPhone SE series.
We know that iPhone SE 2 was launched last year with the iPhone 6 design but the internals was upgraded to the latest Apple A13 chip.
So the users who still loved the look of older iPhones and want the fingerprint sensor would buy the iPhone SE 2.
Now, we are getting to know that the iPhone SE 3 is coming early next year as Apple’s suppliers and supply chain have increased its production.
We still do not know anything about the design of the iPhone SE 3 and what smartphone it will be based on but we can know that it will have the same processor as the iPhone 13.
It is seen that the trial production in Apple’s factories has started and it is expected to be of the iPhone SE 3 which hints at its possible release in the near future.
On top of that, we expect to see the same 4.7-inch screen on iPhone SE 3 as we saw on the iPhone SE 2 which means that it is still based on the iPhone 6 or iPhone 7.
Well, we also know Apple’s situation on the iPhone SE 3 scenario because they also have the iPhone Mini-series which also comes with small screen size.
If Apple provides excellent features as well as screen size on the iPhone SE 3 then its iPhone Mini sales get saturated which is a big catch-22 situation for the company.
So the only thing that Apple is betting on for the iPhone SE 3 is its $399 pricing which is expected to remain unchanged which means those looking to enter the Apple ecosystem with an entry-level iPhone can get the iPhone SE 3.
Some reports also suggest the abandonment of the iPhone Mini lineup by next year which means that the iPhone SE 3 will remain the only small-screen iPhone if that is the case.
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