The on-again-off-again iPhone SE 4 may be off once again. After a report today restored hope that Apple was dealing with a brand-new design of the budget plan handset based upon the iPhone 14, a brand-new report has actually rushed those hopes as rapidly as they showed up.
The one doing the squashing this time is expert Ming-Chi Kuo, who tweeted on Thursday that Apple is undoubtedly utilizing a model iPhone SE to check its homegrown 5G modem it has actually been establishing for a long time now. Nevertheless, this “acquired design” of the iPhone SE is strictly for internal screening and Apple has “no prepare for mass production and sales,” according to Kuo.
As Kuo suggests, his tweet is generally a backtrack of a tweet he made in February that stated that Apple “rebooted” the iPhone SE advancement, which followed a report in January that Apple canceled the iPhone SE 4. So now it appears as if the iPhone SE 4 is dead once again– or that it was constantly dead.
Kuo’s tweet on Thursday follows expert Jeff Pu reported that Apple will launch the iPhone SE 4 in 2025. When it comes to the 5G modem, Kuo states that if screening works out, “mass production might begin as early as 2025. However if screening falls listed below expectations, the schedule might be pressed back to 2026 or later on.”