Apple is holding an event on March 8 where it’s expected to unveil a refreshed iPad Air and a new iPhone SE, rumored to be called iPhone SE+ 5G. The new iPhone SE is expected to start at $300 and have the A15 Bionic SoC at the helm. Apple hasn’t confirmed these rumors as usual, but reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has outlined his “predictions” for the new iPhone SE, which corroborate the bit about the A15 chip while also revealing some new information.
Kuo says the iPhone SE+ 5G will come in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage options and three colors – White, Black, and Red. Its form factor will be similar to the iPhone SE (2020), but you will now get 5G support (mmW and sub-6).
Kuo also said that the iPhone SE 2022 will enter mass production this month, and Apple is estimated to ship 25-30 million units of the smartphone in 2022.
With the event still three days away, we might see some more details about the 2022 iPhone SE surface.