The Apple iPhone SE 4 will have an action button, a USB-C port, and other features.

According to MacRumors, the Apple iPhone SE 4 will also keep a single back camera system like the current generation.

Launch of the Apple iPhone SE 4: Apple, headquartered in Cupertino, California, is rumored to be planning the release of the fourth-generation iPhone SE. This new model may incorporate prominent features such as the iPhone 15 Pro’s Action Button and a USB-C connection, among other notable features.

According to MacRumors, the leaker known as “Unknownz21” gives some fresh facts about Apple’s upcoming low-cost iPhone and confirms that its design will be based on the iPhone 14. The iPhone SE 4 will, according to the claim, have a USB-C connection. It will also ostensibly have Face ID, putting to rest prior speculations that the iPhone SE would keep the Touch ID button.

According to the source, the smartphone would have an Action Button, just as the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.This distinguishes the iPhone SE from the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, which are unlikely to include this capability.

According to MacRumors, the iPhone SE 4 will also keep the current model’s single rear camera arrangement.

According to reports, manufacturers are competing for orders to offer Apple with OLED display panels for the next fourth-generation iPhone SE. This is a significant advancement over the existing model’s LCD screen.

The new iPhone SE is also believed to be one of the first devices to have Apple’s much-touted bespoke 5G modem. However, it is not expected to be available until 2025.

In related news, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reported that Apple’s iPhone 15 debut event will most likely take place on Tuesday (September 12). In addition to the iPhone 15, the September presentation is rumored to contain an improved Apple Watch Series 9, Apple Watch Ultra 2 models, iOS 17, and other surprises.

According to rumors, if the iPhone 15 models are unveiled on September 12 and Apple keeps to its typical launch schedule, pre-orders will begin on Friday, September 15, with a launch on Friday, September 22. This year, Apple iPhone 15 Pro models may be more expensive than current models.

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