Will LCD screens return to iPhone with iPhone SE 4?

Apple has already switched to AMOLED panels in all top-end iPhones, and LCD screens have remained only in the iPhone SE line. Seems to be,

so it will be in the future.MacRumors, citing display specialist Ross Young, reports that Apple is working on a fourth-generation iPhone SE that will have a 6.1″ display with an eyebrow, and it will be just an IPS panel. It is assumed that the iPhone XR will be taken as the basis, but the use of Face ID remains questionable - according to some reports, Apple may use a Touch ID fingerprint scanner at the end, like the iPad Air and iPad mini. However, given that the Cupertino company has already introduced a new version of the face recognition system with more compact dimensions, the outdated version may well be in the most affordable iPhone line.

According to the source, Apple will introduce the iPhoneSE in a new format will be presented in 2024, in the same year a full transition to Dynamic Island will supposedly take place (although according to some reports this will happen as early as 2023). The release date could be another boost to the implementation of Face ID in this series. However, let's wait a bit! Recall that today the current is the iPhone SE 2022 based on the iPhone 8 at a price of $430.

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    According to MacRumors