A report from Ross Young gives us a glimpse of the production timeline of the new iPhone SE with 5G support, which is expected to be released sometime between April and May of this year.
Recently, there have been many reports and rumors about the iPhone SE being able to support 5G for the first time, a few weeks ago it was reported that this smartphone will be launched in March.
But a recent report from Ross Young tweeted a production timeline for the new iPhone SE, revealing us that the panel will begin production from this month onwards. and will start producing smartphones in March And the smartphone should be launched in late April – early May.
The timeline is in line with Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who revealed that Apple will hold an event to unveil new devices in March or April. that may also include the launch of the iPhone SE 3 smartphone
As previously reported, the smartphone is expected to retain the same design and feature a 4.7-inch Retina HD LCD display with a home button with an embedded fingerprint scanner. It’s probably the last iPhone to use an LCD screen and have a home button.
This smartphone will switch to the Apple A15 chip with support for 5G connectivity, and the back still has a 12MP sensor with improved imaging features.