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Apple is allegedly considering its options for its budget iPhone SE 4, and Ming-Chi Kuo expects the tech giant to at least delay mass production devices.
On Tuesday, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo took to Twitter to discuss Apple's plans for the iPhone SE 4.
He noted that his latest poll showed signs that Apple is revisiting the next iPhone SE. He thinks it's entirely possible that Apple will either cancel or delay its current plans for a 2024 release date.
My latest poll shows that Apple is likely to cancel or delay the plan mass production for iPhone SE 4 2024. I think this is due to consistently lower than expected mid-range and budget iPhone shipments (eg SE 3, 13 mini and 14 Plus),
— (Ming-Chi Kuo) (@mingchikuo) December 21, 2022
Previous rumors suggested that the next version of the iPhone SE could look like the iPhone XR with a 6.1-inch notched LCD.
However, another rumor suggests that Apple wasn't completely taken with the idea and hadn't come up with a precise design by the end of October.
In recent months, Apple has found it harder to promote cheaper iPhone models, forcing the company to cut orders for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.