Apple continues to prepare to present its new family of high-end ‘smartphones’, the presumable iPhone 13 which, according to the latest leaks, will be shown in mid-September. However, the apple firm does not intend to neglect its line of mid-range terminals, that of iPhone SE, which could receive its next exponent in 2022. This is stated in a new report shared by Nikkei Asia, in which, in addition, it is stated that the device cwill have 5G connectivity. Movement with which the Cupertino firm would definitively embrace the new connectivity.
According to the media, the new mid-range device, which received its last revision a little over a year ago, will hit the market in the first half of 2022. Likewise, it is argued that it will have a 4.7 inch screen -smaller than what has been usual in the market in recent years- and that will have the same chip that will keep the iPhone 13 in its guts: the A15. Which, on paper, will allow the SE to offer a performance at the level of what is expected of a high-end. The fifth generation connection will be made possible by Qualcomm’s X60 modem.
At the design level, Nikkei points to the next SE will resemble the iPhone 8 in its shape. Its screen, instead of being OLED, like that of its older brothers, will be LCD.
Nikkei also shares that Apple would have ruled out continuing to bet on the iPhone Mini line, since the first model, presented at the end of 2020, would not have achieved the expected sales results. However, the media points out that, instead, the US firm will present a different version of the iPhone Pro Max in September; So this fall, when the time comes, Tim Cook would show 4 terminals again.