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4 Reasons to Wait for the iPhone SE 4 & 3 Reasons Not To

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Apple’s reportedly working on a new iPhone SE 4. While some of you will want to upgrade your current device in the near future, others might want to hang back and wait for the fourth-generation iPhone SE.

Earlier this year, Apple released its iPhone SE 3, its third-generation iPhone SE. The device serves as a budget alternative to its flagship iPhone 14 series and it’s certainly worth a look if you want a newer iPhone model but don’t want to break the bank.

Many of you will be perfectly fine buying an iPhone SE 3, iPhone 14, or another device in 2022. Remember, most carriers allow you to upgrade after a year. So if you were to buy a new phone right now, you should be able to upgrade to something brand new in 2023.

That being said, iPhone SE 4 rumors have started to swirl and that might have those of you in the hunt for a new device feeling curious about Apple’s plans for its budget iPhone.

iPhone SE 4 Rumors

While most iPhone rumors have been focused on the 2023 iPhone models, also known as the iPhone 15 series, we’ve also heard about a new iPhone SE 4.

Analysts believe the iPhone SE 4 is currently in development and claim it will come with some interesting changes including a larger screen and an overhauled design.

We’re months, if not years, away from a potential announcement which means Apple’s plans could certainly change. That being said, there are some great reasons to consider waiting for the next version of the iPhone SE.

In this guide we’ll take you through the best reasons to wait for the iPhone SE 4 and the best reasons to go with another device long before it arrives.

Wait for a Larger Display

Wait for a Larger Display

Those of you hoping for a return to a smaller 4-inch display probably won't be interested in Apple's next iPhone SE.

The iPhone SE 3 employs a larger 4.7-inch display and we could see an even bigger screen deployed on the iPhone SE 4.

According to analyst Ross Young, Apple hasn't finalized its display choice for the iPhone SE 4 but it's thought to be considering 6.1-inch OLED panels from two suppliers as well as 5.7-inch to 6.1-inch LCD panels from two suppliers.

Using an LCD display would help keep the cost of the device manageable while a move to OLED would likely mean a price increase.

So if a 5.7-inch to 6.1-inch iPhone SE sounds like something you'd be interested in, think about waiting for the iPhone SE 4.

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