According to Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) analyst Ross Young, the next iPhone SE will feature a 6.1-inch LCD and a notch at the top.
However, the notch does not guarantee the presence of an array of TrueDepth cameras for facial recognition. Most likely, the smartphone will receive only Touch ID, and in the power button, like the latest iPads. And given the lack of Face ID support, the notch might be a bit narrower.
In October 2021, Yang, who is a fairly reputable insider, said that Apple is planning to release a new iPhone SE model in 2024 with a screen from 5.7 to 6.1 inches and a hole for the front camera.
At the time, this information could indicate that Apple was looking into adding Dynamic Island to the 4th generation iPhone SE. And this change looks quite plausible, given that in 2024 the “island” should be present on all four models of the main line of smartphones.
Jon Prosser previously noted that the iPhone SE should switch to the iPhone XR design, and this will entail the abandonment of the Home button.