There have been rumors that Apple is working on an iPhone SE model with a larger display. Unfortunately, for those who have been anticipating the handset, it appears that the larger iPhone SE has been delayed on Apple’s roadmap and will reportedly be launching in 2024.

This is according to a tweet by Ross Young of DCSS who claims that the iPhone SE with the larger display, which he thinks will be between 5.7-inches to 6.1-inches, will only be coming in 2024. What’s interesting is how Young also claims that the phone will continue to use LCD for its choice of display technology, despite it being a phone in 2024.

However, we had previously said, LCD is cheaper to produce compared to OLED so that could be a reason why Apple is keeping the display to keep prices low, but in 2024 we imagine that most phones would have switched over to OLED so if this claim is accurate, we have to say it is a bit disappointing.

Also, what’s a bit odd is that Young had also said that 2022’s iPhone SE will be called the iPhone SE Plus. This is despite the fact that he claims that the iPhone SE 2022 model will continue to use the same 4.7-inch LCD as the 2020 model, so we’re not sure what is so “Plus” about it.

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