The iPhone SE (2022) is expected to be released in the spring of next year. The smartphone is believed to use Apple's newest A15 Bionic processor as well as 5G connectivity. The design and size of the iPhone SE (2022) are expected to remain the same, and the Touch ID button may also be retained.
This will be the updated version of the iPhone SE (2020). Last month, Apple unveiled the iPhone 13 lineup, which included the A15 Bionic processor, improved cameras, and ProMotion displays on the Pro versions. According to the Macotakara blog, the iPhone SE (2022) will be released in the spring of next year and will be powered by the newest A15 Bionic processor.
According to the rumor, the third-generation iPhone SE would keep the 4.7-inch Retina HD display and a home button with Touch ID functionality from the 2020 model. Like the iPhone 13 series, the iPhone SE (2022) will contain the Qualcomm Snapdragon X60 5G modem processor in addition to the A15 Bionic CPU. According to the article, manufacturing would begin in December 2021, with a commercial debut in the spring of 2022.
Apart from that, the report has no additional information about the iPhone SE (2022). According to previous reports, the smartphone would have a hole-punch display and minimal bezels. According to leaked renderings, the phone would have a flat frame similar to the iPhone 12 series. The iPhone SE (2022) renders reveal a single camera sensor and an LED flash on the rear. This is comparable to the iPhone SE and iPhone SE Plus (2020).