Apple looks set to release a third generation iPhone SE early next year. The update will bring the company's A14 chip to the SE, matching the current flagship iPhone 12. Not only this, but the iPhone SE 2022 is expected to support 5G service. Apple debuted 5G wireless on the iPhone 12 last fall.
The 2nd generation iPhone SE was released in 2020 to replace the 1st generation model as Apple's new entry level device. The new SE is priced at an affordable starting price of $399. It features a new camera, processor, and an upgraded display. It is availble in black, red or white and three storage capacities (64GB, 128GB or 256GB).
Now that the iPhone SE has been delivered, some owners are noticing that Haptic Touch isn't working in the Notification Center. Previous iPhone models used a long press to allow direct interaction with a notification, without launching the associated app. Haptic Touch works much the same as 3D Touch, which on older models actually detected pressure on the screen.
AppleCare+ extends the iPhone SE one-year limited warranty and 90 days of technical support to two years. Pricing for two-year coverage plans on the 2020 iPhone SE are as follows:
Apple offers AppleCare+ coverage on the 2020 iPhone SE. All incidents of accidental damage, theft, and loss are subject to fees and deductibles. Up to two incidents are covered every 24 months, and the following charges apply: