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A new industry report says that the "iPhone SE 3" may have more of a chassis redesign than expected, bringing Touch ID to a side button, and being Apple's last-ever LCD iPhone.
However, previous reports all predicted that the external design of the new model would be unchanged from the current iPhone SE 2. Specifically, the reports were that it would continue to have the iPhone 8-style casing, with a 4.7-inch display.
Now Chinese technology site MyDrivers reports that the redesign will be more pronounced.
"[The] latest rumors are that it is based on the iPhone XR and equipped with side fingerprints," says the site (in translation), "of course, the front Face ID is not ruled out."
The site also says that there will be a 64GB model, which will be priced at 3299 yuan, or approximately $515. It claims that this will be the final iPhone to have an LCD screen, instead of the newer OLED displays.