iPhone SE 4 rumours have never stopped, and display analyst Ross Young recently shared that Apple has yet to finalize its planned 2024 iPhone SE 4 display size and is considering a number of issues related to display size and display materials. Decide.
Apple is said to be considering 6.1-inch OLED displays from two suppliers, as well as 5.7- to 6.1-inch LCD screens from two suppliers. Given this information, it’s unclear whether Apple will use a 5.7-inch display or a 6.1-inch display, and whether the display will use OLED or LCD technology.
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OLED displays are more expensive, and current iPhone SE models use LCD displays with thick bezels and a Touch ID button. Apple’s flagship iPhone lineup has featured OLED displays since the iPhone X. Perhaps the price of OLED panels has dropped enough for Apple to use them for the low-cost iPhone SE.
However, regardless of whether it uses a 5.7-inch display or a 6.1-inch display, Ross Young believes that the iPhone SE 4 will use a full-screen design with bangs, but it is not clear whether Apple will introduce Face ID or stick to Touch ID. Rumors vary a bit.
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