Pictures showing the expected design of the Apple iPhone SE 2023

9to5Mac has revealed a model of the expected design for the upcoming Apple iPhone SE 2023, which appears with a design without a bump for the camera.

Apple had presented the iPhone SE during 2020 with a 4.7-inch screen, in a distinctive LCD screen with a large frame at the bottom and top of the screen, and Apple is preparing to launch its next version of the iPhone SE during the next year, which comes with almost the same design with improvements in configurations. Interior and connectivity to 5G networks.

The latest photos published on the 9to5Mac website show a model for the iPhone SE for the year 2023, where the leaks indicate that the phone comes with a 6.1-inch screen, and the screen hole design for the front camera, with the hole in the middle of the phone screen, so this version will not support the Face ID camera.

The phone's main button is also expected to support Touch ID fingerprint sensor technology, meaning the same experience provided by Apple in the 2020 iPad Air.

Projections also indicate that Apple has changed the location of the speakers to the top edge of the phone, with the iPhone SE 2023 coming with a design that mimics the iPhone 12 series in the square edges.

It is reported that analyst Ming-Chi Kuo indicated in a previous report that Apple adopts the screen hole design for the front camera for the first time in the iPhone 14 series, so we are expecting more details about Apple's upcoming plans for the company's versions of iPhones.

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