The iPhone X may be Apple’s marquee iPhone right now, but attention is shifting toward its next handset—the iPhone SE 2.
We’re not sure exactly how the iPhone SE 2 will look with multiple rumors hinting at everything from an all-glass design to a notched display. With the uncertainty looming, TigerMobiles in collaboration with OnLeaks released unverified CAD renders of the upcoming iPhone SE 2 that reveals a huge display in a tiny body.
Before moving forward, we should reiterate the CAD renders are unconfirmed. That being said, the iPhone SE 2 renders look amazing.
The device features an aluminum unibody with flat sides and back glass panels at the top and bottom. This unfortunately means wireless charging won’t be present contrary to earlier reports. On another down note, the headphone jack also seems to have been eliminated.
Like the current version, the power button stays at the top instead of migrating to the right side like more modern iPhones.
The big changes come with the display. Borrowing elements from the iPhone X, the iPhone SE 2’s display is an edge-to-edge display with a notch at the top. It is estimated to be anywhere from 4.7 to 5 inches, which is a big step up from the 4-inch display in the current iPhone SE.
Examining the iPhone SE 2 renders, it looks as though Face ID will be making its debut given the notch and missing Touch ID home button. Not much else is revealed in terms of specs, but the iPhone SE 2 is anticipated to come with the A10 Fusion processor.
So what do you think? If this is what the iPhone SE 2 looks like, is it what you’ve been hoping for or somewhat of a disappointment. Personally, I was hoping for the glass back to change up the design a bit, but I’ll take the bigger display any day of the week.
Apple is expected to announce the iPhone SE 2 at WWDC in June. We won’t have to wait too long to confirm whether these CAD renders are the real deal or not.