iPhone SE (third generation)
While new rumors about the third-generation iPhone SE were barely shared just yesterday, the device resurfaces and this time in pictures. The model, produced by a user by the name of Vova LD, follows on from other renderings this time imagining the future of the iPad Pro tablet.
Unsurprisingly, it’s a chip A15 Bionic that propels the mobile. This is currently integrated into the iPhone 14, and could indeed join its mid-range cousin as was already the case with the iPhone 11 processor on the second iPhone SE. 5G is also in the game, which corresponds to the latest rumors in this regard.
iPhone SE (3gen)
Featuring the fastest chip in a smartphone A15 Bionic, an advanced 5G and more.
iPhone SE comes in three beautiful colors:
– (PRODUCT) RED
– Vova LD (@ld_vova) January 7, 2022
Pro Display XDR 2
Apple also seems to be preparing a new external monitor to connect to its Macs. According to the American journalist Mark Gurman, the idea here would be to offer a more affordable panel than the Pro Display XDR, the price of which exceeds five thousand euros. Other sources from Asian production chains are counting on two sizes of twenty-seven and twenty-four inches, in addition to a reissue of the model with a diagonal of thirty-two inches.
The images below give a glimpse of what one of these displays might look like, in a format that’s of course not unlike that of the iMac M1. At the rear however, only two sockets Usb-c are in the game, while the power outlet is also different from the computer.
Air Display (2022)
– apple lab (@aaple_lab) January 7, 2022
Potential release schedule
IPhone SE 3 is expected to be announced at the end of first quarter 2022, or in April at the latest. A keynote would be scheduled around this time, but it will likely be held online only, once again. Be careful, however, because the conference could also be replaced by a simple press release as Apple has already done in the past in the spring.
As for the Pro Display XDR, it does not yet seem close to mass production unlike the laptop, which is apparently in the starting blocks. We may therefore have to wait for the WWDC or September to discover the monitors.