Reportedly, the iPhone SE 4 will have a 6.1-inch LCD display with a notch.

The 4th iPhone SE will have a 6.1-inch Lcd screen with a “notch” cutout at the top, according to Screen Distribution Network Counselors (DSCC) analyst Ross Young.
In an interview with MacRumors, Young admitted that he had decreased his hopes for the fourth-generation iPhone SE. According to Young, who has a very good track record of providing insights into the company’s plans, a new iPhone SE model with a 5.7- to 6.1-inch LCD display and a hole-shaped cutout for the front-facing camera is anticipated to be released by Apple in 2024.
If the gadget is released in 2024, the Dynamic Island will be featured across all four of the available iPhone versions. In hindsight, it’s possible that Apple was considering including the Dynamic Island in the fourth-generation iPhone SE based on this information. But according to Young’s most recent information, this scenario doesn’t seem likely.
According to Young’s revised prediction, the device will have a 6.1-inch screen with a notch. It is unknown if the iPhone SE’s notch will have a True Depth camera array to support Face ID like other iPhone models. The iPhone SE won’t have Face ID, instead sticking with Touch ID like earlier models, according to some rumors, in order to save money.
The device’s bottom bezel will no longer have place for a capacitive Touch ID Home button due to the decision to an all-screen design. Apple is allegedly adding a Touch ID Side button to the iPhone SE, similar to the ones found on the iPad Air and iPad mini. number of reports, including information from My Drivers and Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kou.
Even though the fourth-generation iPhone SE’s notch size is unknown, it seems likely that it will be smaller than the one on the iPhone XR if the device does not come with components like a dot projector for Face ID because Touch ID is supported.
The iPhone SE will soon get a home button-free design similar to the iPhone XR, according to the Chinese website My Drivers and the leaker Jon Prosser. Since Apple’s “SE” products up to now have always utilized the designs of more dated devices, the change is probably coming.
The 6.1-inch LCD display on the iPhone XR led Ming-Chi Kou to claim that Apple was developing a smaller iPhone SE with this display size. Thus, Young’s most recent assertion appears to support these other reports and contribute to the formation of a clearer picture of what to anticipate from the design of the upcoming iPhone SE.
The iPhone SE 4 is reported to include a notch; however, Face ID may not be included. Face ID is a feature of Apple’s higher-end products (the iPhone and iPad Pro), and leakers are skeptical if it will be present in the upcoming model. It would be strange but not unusual to have a notch without Face ID; the MacBook Pro has a notch that solely houses the front camera. Older rumors from tech blog My Drivers in China and market analyst Ming Chi-Kou (via MacRumors) said that Apple would move the Touch ID sensor to the power button, just like it did with the 10th-generation iPad.

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