Apple repurposes old iPhones with new chipsets every couple of years and sells them as low-cost iPhone SE models. The last iPhone SE was released in 2020, and Cupertino is gearing up to release another.
According to renowned industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple’s iPhone SE (2022) will be released on March 8. The iPhone is already in mass production, and the company expects to ship more than 25 million units this year. It will be available in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage capacities.
The powerful A15 chip in the iPhone SE (2022) is the device’s main selling point. The modem inside establishes 5G connections over sub-6 and mmWave networks. Mr. Kuo had no other notable upgrades to report because there had been no other changes.
The iPhone’s new price is still unknown, but it is clear that the SE (2022) is yet another repurposed iPhone 8. The five-year-old design has thick bezels, a physical home button with TouchID, and a single rear camera. It is available in Product (RED), White, and Black.
The screen is 4.7″ LCD, the casing is made of glass, and the shell is dust and water-resistant (IP67). The March 8 event will also feature a new iPad Air, the next-generation M2 chip found inside the new Macbook Air, and an M1 Mac Mini.