According to the leaker, even though the iPhone SE 4’s designed is based on the iPhone 14, it will only have a single rear camera. That’s consistent with the current generation iPhone SE, which sports a 12-megapixel camera (f/1.8) on the rear (and a 7-megapixel selfie camera on the front).
They also claim it will have Face ID. Excuse the pun, but this flies in the face of earlier rumors suggesting that the next-gen iPhone SE could recycle the Touch ID button for another round.
“About the SE 4—yes, it’s effectively an iPhone 14 derivative. But still nicer than the old iPhone 8 design,” Unknownz21 stated in a followup post.
It sounds like a promising upgrade, providing Apple retains the same $429 starting price (or at least thereabouts). Unfortunately, a release is not exactly imminent—previous rumors have pegged the iPhone SE 4 as being slated to release in 2025.