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The next iPhone SE could arrive in 2022 | Digital Trends Spanish

In 2022 a new generation of iPhone SE could arrive and according to the first leaks (and speculations), it would maintain some of its more classic specifications but would renew certain internal components.

According to DigiTimes, the third iPhone SE will have A14 Bionic processor, which implies a jump from the A13 Bionic of the 2020 model. The A14 Bionic is the chip below the current iPhone 12 (in all its models) and the iPad Air and in terms of performance It is a high-end processor and highly optimized for the Apple operating system. The A14 Bionic also has support for 5G, something that could be taken for granted in the new phone.

Regarding the external design, the first information indicates that a new iPhone SE would not deviate from what said phone has been historically in its two previous designs, maintaining a screen similar in size to the 4.7-inch of the current model. And in the same way, the central button with Touch ID, disappeared in the most modern models of the iPhone, will continue to be present as a reminder of what were previous models of the Apple phone.

Now, the question is when would this phone arrive. Four years passed between the first and second iPhone SE, but perhaps Apple does not want to wait that long before launching the new model: according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, that phone may appear on sale in the first half of 2022 .

It would make sense that the new iPhone SE arrives with the A14 Bionic chip, thus positioning it as a second-line device and leaving the future iPhone 13 – or whatever its name – as the company’s top-of-the-line phone. But for now, it’s all speculation (and it sure won’t stop until the phone is announced).

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