Apple iPhone SE 4 leaked renders suggest bigger display: Check details here

Apple iPhone SE 4 renders indicate a larger 6.1-inch display
An undated image of the Apple iPhone SE on hand. — Apple
An undated image of the Apple iPhone SE on hand. — Apple

Apple iPhone SE 4 is anticipated to debut as a successor to the iPhone SE (2022) model. The purported device has been generating buzz in recent months within the rumour mill. Several leaks and reports have surfaced, suggesting the potential design and features of the upcoming phone. 

Now, leaked CAD renders of the iPhone SE 4 have emerged online, offering further insights into the phone's design. The report accompanying the renders also suggests that the handset could launch earlier than expected.

Does iPhone SE 4 have a Home Button?

Gadgets360, citing 91Mobiles shared the leaked CAD renders of the iPhone SE 4. The renders show the absence of a home button. The renders indicate a larger 6.1-inch display, a significant upgrade from the 4.7-inch screen of the iPhone SE (2022). 

Furthermore, the presence of a notch resembling that of the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 models suggests the inclusion of Face ID functionality in the upcoming handset.

iPhone SE 4 display dimensions (expected)

Similar to previous SE models, the iPhone SE 4 renders suggest a single rear camera positioned in the top left corner of the back panel. The report also suggests dimensions of approximately 147.7mm x 71.5mm x 7.7mm, comparable to the base iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 models.

— 91mobiles
— 91mobiles

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The leaked CAD renders of the iPhone SE 4 reveal a USB Type-C port on the bottom edge, alongside speaker grilles. While an earlier report mentioned the possibility of an Action button, it was not visible in these renders. However, the latest report indicates that despite previous leaks suggesting a 2025 launch, the iPhone SE 4 might debut alongside the iPhone 16 lineup in 2024.

Previously, the smartphone has been tipped to feature the Dynamic Island module in the iPhone SE 4. Additionally, reports suggested a battery similar to that of the base iPhone 14 model. According to earlier leaks, the handset is expected to be powered by an in-house A15 Bionic chip and feature enhancements in camera and display compared to older models.