Source claims that iPhone SE 3 will feature A15 Bionic chip


Apple is expected to release the iPhone SE 3 next year, but there is some conflicting news on its specs so far. While some are saying that it'll be using the A14 Bionic, other parties claim that it will be the A15 Bionic instead.

According to Nikkei Asia (via AppleInsider), sources working on the Apple iPhone SE 3 claim that the phone will be powered by the A15 Bionic chipset. However, the design will remain mostly the same as iPhone SE 2020. If that's the case, then the new model will feature the same thick display bezels and Touch ID at the bottom.

It should also come with the same 4.7-inch LCD (750 x 1334) screen and 64GB to 256GB storage configuration. But we're expecting some of the specs to be upgraded, such as the RAM to 4GB. The 12MP rear camera could also be upgraded to maybe 16MP.

However, the iPhone SE 3 is at least 6 months before the production phase and things could still change, so try to take these rumours with a grain of salt. Having said that, do stay tuned to TechNave for more updates on this.