What you need to know
- A Twitter account purportedly belonging to famed insider Ming-Chi Kuo claims to have last-minute details about the next iPhone SE 3.
- Kuo predicts that almost nothing is changing save the introduction of a new chip and 5G.
- Apple is expected to unveil the new iPhone SE at a March event next week.
A Twitter account purportedly belonging to famed Apple insider Ming-Chi Kuo claims to have last-minute information regarding the iPhone SE 3.
According to this Twitter account, that has never tweeted any information about Apple before today, Kuo's predictions for the iPhone SE are as follows:
- Mass production in Mar'22.
- Estimated shipments of 25-30 mn units in 2022.
- Storage: 64/128/256GB.
- A15 & 5G support (mmW & Sub-6 GHz).
- Casing: white, black, and red.
- Similar form factor design to current SE.
As noted, the account has not shared leaked information before, but is attached to this Linkedin profile which purportedly belongs to Kuo.
None of the information here is new, and Kuo has previously shared Apple's plans to introduce a new chip and 5G to the iPhone through his verified outlets. From June:
If the further information regarding design and colors is true (it reflects previous rumors), then some users may be disappointed by a lack of innovation in the next iPhone SE.
Apple is also expected to unveil a new iPad Air and possibly a new MacBook Pro at the event next week.
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