A new rumor chimes in on ProMotion arriving with the “iPhone 13” and Apple may not release new iPhone SE until 2022, but it will arrive with 5G support, a dual-camera setup, and a larger display when it does.
According to display expert Ross Young, Apple won’t release a new iPhone SE model in the spring of 2021. Instead, a successor to the low-cost iPhone arrives in the spring of 2022.
Those waiting for the update may be rewarded with several new technologies. Young says the new iPhone SE model will sport 5G support, a 6.06-inch display, and a dual-lens camera setup. It will reportedly retain a Touch ID sensor, though there aren’t any details on fingerprint sensor location or bezel size.
As far as predictions for 2021, Young says that the “iPhone 13” models will sport 120Hz ProMotion displays with variable refresh rates, made possible through adoption of