The next Apple iPhone SE won't have a design change, but will use A15 chip

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Between the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 series, there's a high chance we would get an updated version of the iPhone SE. Past rumours have been hinting at a design change for the more "budget" version iPhone. However, things might not be going to happen as the latest source claims that the next iPhone SE will maintain the design.

Japanese Apple blog Macotakara reported that there will be no larger screen or side Touch ID button for the iPhone SE 2022. It means that the device will keep its 4.7-inch LCD with the large Touch ID button at the bottom. The claim is also similar to what reputable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted. Therefore, there might be no luck for the fans hoping for a design upgrade.

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Bad news aside, the iPhone SE 2022 is said to feature the latest A15 Bionic chip and 5G connectivity, so it probably wouldn't be so bad even there's no design change. Other than that, we are sure that there will also be several rumours before the launch. We'll definitely get to find out more information about the device along the way.

Leave a comment to let us think what you think about the news, especially if you're one of the fans who demand a different look on the iPhone SE. Stay tuned to for more iPhone reports.

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