According to a trustworthy source, the Apple iPhone SE 4 will have a USB Type-C port, Face ID, and a possible Action button.
According to a credible source, the next iPhone SE 4, the fourth iteration of the smartphone series scheduled to succeed the iPhone SE (2022), would include a USB Type-C connection. Apple’s attempt to replace the Lightning port with USB Type-C is expected to begin with the rumored iPhone 15 lineup next month, and it is probable that this transition will extend to future models as well. Notably, the Apple iPhone SE 4 is expected to contain Face ID capabilities as well as an Action button, which is expected to debut on the iPhone 15 Pro later this year.
According to tipster Unknownz21 (@URedditor on X), the design of the iPhone SE 4 will be comparable to the previously released iPhone 14. This implies that the rumored handset may be the first in the SE series to include Apple’s notch-based display design. According to the source, the fourth-generation Apple smartphone will have a single rear camera, much like its predecessors and all other SE models.
Apple already acknowledged its intention to replace the proprietary Lightning port on future iPhone models with the USB Type-C port. The iPhone 15 series, which includes the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max, will be unveiled on September 12 during an event. The source also claims that the iPhone SE 4 would include a USB Type-C connection, making it the first SE-series smartphone to include the modern USB port.
Earlier rumours suggested that the iPhone SE 4 will include a Touch ID sensor; however, Unknownz21 claims that the handset will instead enable Face ID. The first and second-generation iPhone SE devices had a front-facing fingerprint sensor that also functioned as a home button. Nonetheless, it looks that Apple will use face recognition as the biometric verification technique for this next phone.
The iPhone 15 Pro is expected to include a “Action” button, similar to the one found on the Apple Watch Ultra last year. This button should be configurable for certain activities, shortcuts, apps, and accessibility features. According to the source, the iPhone SE 4 may also include this Action button, potentially replacing the well-known mute switch seen on current iPhone models.