It has been said that the Apple iPhone SE 2022 will have a modern design. But, the latest rumor says that the iPhone SE 2022 will have the same design as the iPhone SE 2020, which repurposed the design of the iPhone 8.
Some previous rumors suggested that the Apple iPhone SE 2022 would have a more modern design. However, the latest rumor surrounding the upcoming phone indicates that the iPhone SE 2022 will have the same design as the iPhone SE 2020, which repurposed the design of the iPhone 8 from 2017.
It’s certainly going to seem out of place in the mobile world this year, with pretty much every phone, including budget blowers, settling for the all-screen look.
According to GSM Arena, the 2022 Apple iPhone SE will have none of these, however. However, a good feature of the iPhone SE 2022 is that there will be 5G built-in.
In 2024, the iPhone SE is expected to have a design reminiscent of the iPhone XR and iPhone 11, but with a slightly smaller screen size. It won’t get Face ID, but would come with a Touch ID sensor built into the power button.
Apple’s $ 3 trillion market value follows 5800% gain since iPhone debut
(Reuters) Apple on Monday became the first publicly traded company with a market value of more than $ 3 trillion, marking the latest milestone in the dramatic rise in Silicon Valley heavyweight shares since the introduction of the iPhone in 2007.
Apple shares have climbed around 5,800% since co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPhone in January 2007, far outpacing the S&P 500’s gain of around 230% over the same period. .
Microsoft and Amazon have each briefly eclipsed Apple as America’s most valuable publicly traded company in the past three years, though Apple has recently taken the lead. Microsoft’s stock market value is currently around $ 2.5 trillion, while Amazon’s is around $ 1.7 trillion, after falling behind Alphabet, which now stands at $ 1.9 trillion. of dollars.
Several large tech companies saw their stocks surpass Apple’s 34% gain in 2021. Microsoft and Tesla both rose about 50% in 2021, while Alphabet jumped 65% and Nvidia by 125%, bringing the chipmaker’s market value to over $ 700 billion.
Apple now represents around 7% of the S&P 500, down from just 5% in June and back to its starting level in 2021.
After gaining 2.9% on Monday afternoon, Apple is trading at around 30 times its expected 12-month earnings, down from a multiple of 32 in early 2021 but still at highs not seen since 2008, according to the data from Refinitiv.
As Apple’s stock has climbed in recent months, analysts’ price targets have also increased. JPMorgan and BofA Global Research each raised their price targets for Apple stock to $ 210 in December, according to Refinitiv. This price target would place Apple’s market cap at around $ 3.45 trillion.