The iPhone SE4 alive… maybe. In a recent Twitter thread, renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo stated that the tech giant has resumed work on the iPhone SE 4 – two months after it was reportedly cancelled.

The reason why the project was rejected in the first place, according to Kuo’s post on Medium (opens in a new tab), because Apple wanted its mid-range device to include the first internal 5G baseband chip so that the company would not have to rely on Qualcomm. However, the hardware just wasn’t “up to par with Qualcomm [tech]so the whole thing was scrapped in early January. But now it shows up Apple has a solution (opens in a new tab). Instead of doing everything from scratch, the iPhone SE 4 will now reportedly be a modded version 6.1-inch iPhone 14.

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