# **iPhone SE 4 will be back at this point** ## **The successor to the iPhone SE (2022) that was released last March has leaked the release date.** According to *Gadget360*, the iPhone SE 4 has been around with leaks and speculations for quite some time. Previously, the Cupertino giant was expected to launch this low-cost phone product in 2024 with an iPhone 14-like design, but things may be far different from this prediction. Specifically, according to MacRumors’ findings based on sources of information from Barclays analysts Blayne Curtis and Tom O’Malley, Apple will not launch the iPhone SE 4 next year, and the public may have to wait at least until 2025 to see the company launch this product. The delay could be due to issues related to the 5G modem. Accordingly, the iPhone SE 4 was once expected to integrate Apple’s first proprietary 5G modem, but analysts have dismissed the rumor, saying that Qualcomm will remain Apple’s modem supplier for both the iPhone SE and iPhone 16 series until next year. This information is consistent with the statements of famous Apple analysts Ming-Chi Kuo and Jeff Pu. The iPhone SE models typically don’t follow the same annual release schedule as the standard iPhone lineup. Apple has traditionally released a new generation of iPhone SE every two years. The company has launched three generations of iPhone SE so far, with the first being launched in 2016. The latest iPhone SE was launched last March. The iPhone SE 4 is likely to reuse the design from the iPhone 14 and iPhone XR, coming with a 6.1-inch OLED display with flat edges and Face ID support.