Apple Has Just Begun Producing LCD Displays For The iPhone SE 5G

The forthcoming low-cost iPhone is likely to be postponed until April or May of this year.

It’s a go! Sort of. According to a recent source, Apple’s iPhone SE 5G launch has been delayed. The forthcoming low-cost iPhone is likely to be postponed until April or May of this year. We’ve seen a lot of iPhone SE 5G leaks recently. A notch-less display and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor were once supposed to be the iPhone SE 5G’s features.
This claim was subsequently refuted as the iPhone SE 3 is simply a 5G version of the iPhone SE 2020 with a few performance tweaks. Originally, Apple planned to unveil the iPhone SE 5G in March. Due to the current epidemic and possible supply chain challenges, the Apple iPhone SE 5G launch may be pushed back to April-May.

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iPhone SE 5G
iPhone SE 5G

Production concerns, says Display Supply Chain Consultant’s Ross Young, caused the iPhone SE 5G launch delay. According to their claim, production of the iPhone SE 5G LCD panels began earlier this month. The iPhone SE 5G will be released between April and March. Apple will hold its event between March and April, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.

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iPhone SE 5G
iPhone SE 5G

This year’s iPhone SE 5G has no substantial design changes, yet it’s still a hotly anticipated It’s well-built, has 5G, a faster A15 Bionic SoC, and a better 12MP rear lens. Most users don’t have serious issues with the iPhone SE 2020, save for battery life, which is sure to improve. Also, its compact size appeals to many consumers. I’m crossing my fingers and hoping this is the last delay for the iPhone SE 5G.

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