New iPhone SE 4 CAD Renders Unveil Redesigned Look

new iphone se 4 cad renders unveil redesigned look
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Apple‘s next budget-friendly iPhone, the iPhone SE 4, has seemingly had its design revealed in CAD renders obtained by 91Mobiles.

These images depict a significant departure from the previous iPhone SE models, embracing modern design elements like a larger notched display and a USB-C port.

The most striking change is the shift from a 4.7-inch LCD display with a home button to a larger 6.1-inch all-screen design with a notch. This notch is expected to house the TrueDepth camera system, enabling Face ID authentication for the first time in an iPhone SE model. The bezels are also noticeably slimmer, bringing the iPhone SE 4 into line with current smartphone trends.

Another major change is the adoption of a USB-C port, replacing the traditional Lightning port used by Apple devices for years.

This aligns with the recent shift in the European Union, which mandated a universal USB-C charging port for all smartphones by 2024.

READ: European Union Grants Final Approval to USB-C Universal Law

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The renders also suggest the iPhone SE 4 will retain a single rear camera, similar to its predecessors. While not explicitly shown, rumors suggest the inclusion of an “Action Button,” possibly a customizable shortcut key.

The iPhone SE 4 is rumored to launch sometime next year, though a surprise appearance at Apple’s upcoming fall event alongside the iPhone 16 series isn’t entirely out of the question.

This potential shift in design philosophy suggests Apple might be aiming to revitalize the affordable iPhone segment. With a larger display, Face ID, and USB-C, the iPhone SE 4 could offer a compelling option for users seeking a modern iPhone experience at a potentially more accessible price point.

via 91Mobiles