According to information obtained by Ross Young, founder/lead analyst of DisplaySearch and DSCC, there won't be another new iPhone SE until 2022.
Young's data also indicates that when that model launches it will offer a 6.1in LCD screen, as well as Touch ID and 5G support.
Young also has some information about the iPhone 13. 2021's iPhone 13 models will come in the same size as the iPhone 12: two standard models of 5.4in and 6.1in respectively and two pro models of 6.1in and 6.7in. However, the big difference will be that the new screens will have a refresh rate of 120 hertz, which will result in an image that is more comfortable to look at.
Like DSCC, Mizuho Securities also says no new iPhone SE model in 2021, have to wait till 2022. They do say all iPhone 13 models will have integrated touch, BOE will join LGD on both 6.1" models, mini and 13 will adopt 12 Pro Max camera sensors, & sensor size will increase on Pro. pic.twitter.com/G9f6cz8dm0— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) October 2, 2020
Apple is said to have planned to use the technology for the iPhone 12, but Young suggests that battery life would have suffered.
The A14 Bionic at 5nm should give the iPhone 12's an efficiency advantage allowing them to have a smaller battery. 120Hz without LTPO and variable refresh would diminish that advantage.— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) October 2, 2020
Additionally the cameras in the two entry-level iPhone 13 models will be improved, which means, among other things, that the iPhone 13 Mini and iPhone 13 will gain the cameras of the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Analyst Ming Chi Kuo has made some more predictions in April 2021 about the 2022 iPhone camera, which he says will offer 8K video and 48 megapixels.
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