Leaked iPhone SE 4 Renders Revealing Design and Features

Sophia Rodriguez

Apple’s iPhone SE 4 Is Expected to Launch in 2024

A 2024 launch of the iPhone SE 4 closely resembles the design and features of its predecessor with the leaks of the CAD renders. The phone may come with a single rear camera and be equipped with the same battery as the iPhone 14. Here’s all you need to know about the recent leaks of the iPhone SE 4 and its potential release.

iPhone SE 4 is expected to launch as a successor to the iPhone SE (2022) model. Several leaks and reports have suggested the design and features of the upcoming phone. Newly leaked CAD renders of the iPhone SE 4 show that the phone may see a launch in 2024, earlier than anticipated.

iPhone SE 4 Details: Action Button, USB-C Port, Face ID, and More -  MacRumors
A Render of Possible iPhone SE 4 codenamed ‘Ghost’. IMAGE: MacRumors

The renders of the iPhone SE 4 promise a lack of a home button, a 6.1-inch display, and a notch found in the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 models. Other features include a USB Type-C port at the bottom edge, and a single rear camera in the top left corner of the back panel. There are also indications of a Dynamic Island module similar to the base iPhone 14 model.

According to an earlier leak, the iPhone SE 4 is expected to be powered by an in-house A15 Bionic chip, and an improved camera and display. The leaked renders of the iPhone SE 4 suggest a potential launch in 2024, an improved design similar to the iPhone 14, equipped with similar features and an in-house A15 Bionic chip. Further details are to come.

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By Sophia Rodriguez “TF Eco-Tech”
Sophia Rodriguez is the eco-tech enthusiast of the group. With her academic background in Environmental Science, coupled with a career pivot into sustainable technology, Sophia has dedicated her life to advocating for and reviewing green tech solutions. She is passionate about how technology can be leveraged to create a more sustainable and environmentally friendly world and often speaks at conferences and panels on this topic.
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