iPhone SE+ 5G Launching In April Or May With Old Design? Supply Chain Analyst Reveals Insider Info

  • CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants Ross Young is dishing out information about the new iPhone SE+ 5G. 
  • According to all the leaks, the new model will still feature the same old design. 
  • According to the rumors the new iPhone SE model will have the Apple A15 chipset and Snapdragon X60 modem. 
  • The iPhone SE+ 5G will most likely be released alongside the new iPad Air

Ross Young is the CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants and he has a lot of information to give out about the iPhone SE+ 5G. The production of display panels for the new iPhone will start this month, this means that Apple could reveal the new model in late April or the start of May. They will be able to start shipping orders around the same time. 

iPhone SE+ Launch Details Revealed

You will feel nostalgia when you look at this phone because according to all the leaks so far, this iphone will have the same old design. However, it is not clear if the new model will keep using the same 4.7” LCD screen with a Touch ID button on the front. We know one thing for certain, the central focus of the new iPhone model is going to be 5G connectivity.

The 2020 iPhone SE model was powered by Apple’s A13 chipset and had a 4G modem. This was the same arrangement offered by the iPhone 12 series half a year before SE 2020’s release. The new SE model will use a newer chipset and modem. Many rumors have spread claiming that the new model will showcase the Apple A15 chip and a Snapdragon X60 modem which is the same configuration seen in the iPhone 13 series. 

Expected Price & More

The iPhone SE 3’s price is also apprised. The starting price of the new model will be around $499 which is around 36,400 INR. As Apple is pushing for more phones to be manufactured in India, the price of iPhone SE+ 5G might remain under 40,000 INR in the country. 

The iPhone SE+ 5G will supposedly be launched along with the new iPad Air which will in all likelihood feature the same A15 chipset. The TSMC’s 5 nm factories will have their hands full in the coming months due to the release of various new A15 powered devices incoming and also due to the popularity of the iPhone 13 series. 

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