Similar to what Apple did with last year’s iPhone SE, the iPhone SE 2022 will be launched with the A14 Bionic chip that we’ve been seeing on the current iPhone 12.
iPhone SE 2022 will use the Bionic chip from 2020
Unlike the premium iPhone series, the SE series doesn’t have annual launches. Despite that, Apple still uses flagship chipsets for its less pricey iPhones, even though it’s usually one generation older from the latest one.
If we use the previous iPhone SE as a point of reference, then we should be expecting the next iPhone SE to launch in the first half of 2022 — it could be in March.
Still small and compact
Though the iPhone SE 2022 will be more powerful than its predecessor, we are not expecting a major design overhaul. It should still look similar to its predecessor and sport a 4.7-inch display. We should still be getting Touch ID and a single camera at the back.
There aren’t many confirmed reports yet, but we’ll find out more over the months.