Apple could launch an iPhone SE+ with a larger 5.7-inch display in 2024


Fans have been asking for a redesign to the iPhone SE for years. But it doesn't look like Apple will do that for the iPhone SE 2020. Sources suggest that the iPhone SE 2024 is the one that will receive a redesign, and possibly a larger screen too.

According to Ross Young (Display Supply Chain Consultants), the 4th-gen iPhone SE (2024) will launch with a 5.7-inch display. It was also previously rumoured that this display would come with a notch (some say punch-hole), which suggests that Apple could ditch the Touch ID for Face ID instead. Moreover, this display is notably larger than the current 2nd-gen iPhone SE (2020), which has a 4.7-inch display.

Besides the display, Young shared two more details about the 2024 iPhone SE. It will allegedly be called the iPhone SE+ and would support 5G support. Since the iPhone SE 2022 is supposed to use the Apple A15 Bionic chipset, we can expect its successor to use a newer chipset like the Apple M1 or M1 Pro.

As usual, most of the above is guesswork, so don't take it too seriously for now. But again, what do you think about this year's iPhone SE? Are you disappointed with the lack of a new design? Share your thoughts in the comments, and stay tuned to TechNave for more updates about it.