Apple’s heavily tipped iPhone SE could feature an iPhone X–style notch and all–screen design, as well as a glass frame for fast charging.
A new leak from renowned tipster Olixar, based on Apple’s plans for its new iPhone, has revealed a radical overhaul that is bound to boost sales and cause a clamour when the handset is eventually released.
It suggests Apple will keep the same classic look of the iPhone SE, but ditch the home button and add a notch to bring it into line with the iPhone X range.
The new phone is said to have a TrueDepth camera to support Face ID and a screen around five inches in size.
This will see the top and bottom bezels of the phone disappear, adding greater screen real estate into the bargain.
Adding wireless charging will also see the iPhone SE2 stand alongside last year’s iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.
Sadly, there’s no headphone slot, an unsurprising move considering Apple’s continued push towards wireless audio.
There’s no word yet on when the iPhone SE2 will launch. But with WWDC just weeks away, it’s likely we could see this much–needed update very soon.