Apple may revive the iPhone SE 4 by taking a new approach to development

the iPhone SE 4 alive…maybe. In a recent thread on Twitter, renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the tech giant has restarted development of the iPhone SE 4 – two months after it was reportedly cancelled.

The reason the project was scrapped in the first place, according to Kuo’s post on Medium (Opens in a new tab), because Apple wants its mid-range device to house the first in-house 5G baseband chip so that the company does not have to rely on Qualcomm. However, the hardware is not “equivalent to Qualcomm’s [tech]” so the whole thing was scrapped in early January. But now it appears Apple has a solution (Opens in a new tab). Instead of making everything from scratch, the iPhone SE 4 is now reportedly a modified version of the 6.1-inch iPhone 14.

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