Apple's iPhone SE 4 will use a 6.1-inch LCD display and continue to retain the notch

According to DSCC analyst Ross Young, Apple's iPhone SE 4 will use a 6.1-inch LCD display and retain a notch "notch" at the top of the display. Ross Young said he has revised his expectations for the iPhone SE 4. In October 2021, Ross Young said that Apple plans to release new iPhone SE models in 2024 with 5.7 to 6.1-inch LCD displays and a punch-hole design for the front-facing camera.

Now it seems that this information may suggest that Apple is exploring the inclusion of Smart Island in the iPhone SE 4, a change that seems reasonable given that Smart Island will cover the entire iPhone 16 series and other models if the device is released in 2024.

A revised forecast by Ross Young says the iPhone SE 4 device will feature a 6.1-inch display with a notch. Whether the iPhone SE 4's notch will include a TrueDepth camera array like other iPhone models to facilitate Face ID is unknown. Some rumors suggest that the iPhone SE 4 won't support Face ID, sticking with Touch ID like previous models to keep costs down.

With Apple moving to a full-screen design, the bottom bezel of the device will no longer have room for a capacitive Touch ID physical button. Multiple reports suggest that Apple is planning to use the Touch ID side button on the iPhone SE 4, just like the iPad Air and iPad mini.

The size of the notch on the iPhone SE 4 is unclear, but if it doesn't include parts like the TrueDepth camera array for Face ID, it appears to be narrower than the notch on the iPhone XR, as the new device will feature Touch ID.

Earlier whistleblower Jon Prosser believes that the iPhone SE 4 will move to a design similar to the iPhone XR, which will involve the removal of the Home physical button. This change is likely because until now Apple's iPhone "SE" products have used the design of the older device.

The iPhone XR uses a 6.1-inch LCD display, and Ming-Chi Kuo once said that Apple is developing a new iPhone SE with this display size.

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