New Generation iPhone SE Will Use OLED Screen Made in China?



BEIJING – Apple is rumored to be using an OLED screen made in China for the fourth-generation iPhone SE. This was stated by Ming Chi Kuo, a smartphone analyst who is highly respected in the world.

According to the latest note he shared, Apple is rumored to be restarting or restarting plans to release the fourth generation iPhone SE.

Kuo explained that the iPhone SE 4 will use a 6.1-inch diagonal screen and be made of OLED. Even though it was originally stated that the iPhone SE 4 would use an LCD screen.

After that for the cellular connection. It is predicted that the iPhone SE 4 will carry a 5G modem made by Apple for the first time.

So far, Apple has still relied on Qualcomm as a 5G modem supplier. The first 5G modem made by Apple will reportedly debut on the iPhone SE 4th generation.

By design, it is reported that the iPhone SE 4 will more or less resemble the iPhone 14 because it uses an OLED screen with a diagonal of 6.1 inches and a 5G connection.

However, there have been no leaks regarding other specs for the iPhone SE 4 from the notes shared by Kuo.

He only explained that if the iPhone SE 4 is made with a 5G modem and is successful or there are no problems, Apple will use these components in the iPad as well as the Apple Watch.

This could mean a reduction in revenue for Qualcomm as Apple will reduce orders for 5G modems for their devices, aka choosing to manufacture them themselves.

In addition, Kuo is still not convinced that Apple’s 5G modem will be carried over to the iPhone 16 released next year.

For those of you who don’t know, Apple has released 3 versions of the iPhone SE so far. Namely the iPhone SE in 2016, in 2020 and in 2022.


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