Apple's iPhone SE 3 to be released as early as April

According to display industry consultant Ross Young, Apple suppliers will start producing display panels for the third-generation iPhone SE this month, and final assembly of the device may begin in March. Therefore, the third generation of iPhone SE is likely to be released in the second half of April, or may be released at the beginning of May.

According to Macrumors, Ross Young has proven to be a reliable source of information about future Apple product displays. Last year, he accurately revealed that the new iPad mini will have an 8.3-inch display and remove the home button. He was also the first to reveal that the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros will feature ProMotion displays.

Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has recently said that Apple will hold a spring event, release new iPhone SE and other new hardware. Last year, Apple held a event on April 20, launched Airtag, new iPad Pro and a 24-inch IMAC model equipped with M1 chips, a purple option for new Apple TV 4K, and iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 MINI.

The third-generation iPhone SE is expected to feature the same design as the current iPhone SE, with a 4.7-inch display, the same A15 Bionic chip as the iPhone 13, and support for 5G.

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