Earlier reports pointed out that Apple will launch the third-generation iPhone SE in the spring of 2022 to seize the mid-range 5G smartphone market. Multiple suppliers in Apple’s supply chain are ready to supply parts for the 2022 iPhone SE. In terms of design, the new product should not be much different from the existing product. It still uses a 4.7-inch screen and Touch ID, but it will be upgraded to a 5G network. It is rumored that it may use the A15 Bionic with 3GB of memory.
The third-generation iPhone SE may disappoint some consumers. After all, the design of the previous generation product is basically followed on the whole. The biggest change comes from upgrading to a 5G network, and it is equipped with the same A15 Bionic like the iPhone 13 series, providing the same power. Due to its small size and limited battery capacity, adding 5G networks may affect battery life.
In addition, Apple’s March or April event is likely to release an iMac lineup with the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, as well as a high-end Mac mini. Apple’s WWDC this year will almost certainly remain a virtual event.