iPhone SE 3 goes into mass production

Sources confirm that Apple has begun mass production of the iPhone SE 3 smartphone, which should hit the market in mid-late March this year. It is expected to support 5G and be equipped with the Apple A15 Bionic single-chip system.

To begin production of the iPhone SE3, the manufacturer has entered a phase of peak recruitment. Foxconn's iDPBG business group in Zhengzhou, the largest iPhone factory, has been recruiting handymen since early February with a referral bonus of up to $1,259. It is reported that applicants who passed the interview and joined the company on February 6 were hired for one month. In order to attract young workers, Chengdu Foxconn also announced that it will hold blind dates for single men and women every month.

According to some analysts, the new iPhone SE will be the most affordable iPhone with 5G support. Previous leaks have shown that the upcoming iPhone SE3 will look identical to the current iPhone SE 2020. The latter features a 4.7-inch display, Touch ID fingerprint scanner, and a single camera on the back. According to rumors, the price will be from 399 dollars.

Three iPhone SE models with numbers A2595, A2783 and A2784 have already appeared in the database of the Eurasian Economic Commission. One of these models (A2595) is rumored to have a full-screen design. However, it may cost more.

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