iPhone SE series – All we know about this so far

iPhone SE series - All we know about this so far


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iPhone SE series – All we know about this so far

Apple is rumored to be working on a new iPhone SE, which will be the third-generation of its budget-friendly handset, and it’s not just another budget iPhone. It’ll have an all-new design, improved specs and a larger display that could be ideal for some people.

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If you’ve been considering upgrading to the iPhone 12 or something similar, then here are three reasons why you should consider waiting until the new iPhone SE arrives.

The next iPhone SE will have a larger display

The current model has a 4.7-inch display, but rumors suggest that the next one could have a bigger 5.4-inch screen. That’s believed to be the same screen size as the flagship iPhone 12, which is expected to launch in September this year. The standard iPhone 11 also has a 6.1-inch screen, so we’d expect it to be slightly smaller than that too.

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Display sizes vary depending on what you prefer, but if you want something bigger than the current model then it’s worth holding out for this new one. If it does have a 5.4-inch display

iPhone SE 3 will be the next-generation of Apple’s low-cost iPhone, according to a new report. The phone is expected to be released in March 2021 and feature a 5.4-inch OLED display, an A14 Bionic processor, 4GB of RAM, one rear camera, and 128GB or 256GB storage options, according to MacRumors.

No word on if the next iPhone SE will have Touch ID or Face ID, but we expect it to have some form of authentication, similar to the current model. Based on the rumors and leaks we’ve seen so far about the iPhone SE 3, here are some things you can expect from Apple’s next mid-range device.

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The new iPhone SE (which I’ll call the iPhone SE 2 for clarity’s sake) is a great phone. It looks like it was made in the same factory as the iPhone 8, and its $399 price tag is a serious bargain for anyone who doesn’t want to spend a grand on a phone.

But this isn’t just an iPhone 8 that Apple is clearing out of its warehouses at a reduced cost. It has some notable upgrades, and it’s worth taking a look at if you have an old iPhone that you’re planning to upgrade — or if you’ve been holding out on buying a smartphone because they cost too much.

In the world of smartphones, Apple is the king. With a market share of over 43 percent in the first quarter of 2020, no other phone maker comes close to touching the sales figures that Apple manages to achieve.

And there’s no stronger proof of this than the new iPhone SE 2020 that created a massive demand wave and sold out in just a few hours from its launch date.

What makes it so special?

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The new iPhone SE is the successor to the 2016 model and is considered by many as the best low cost iPhone ever. It has many of the features that you would find in more expensive iPhones like the 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max — including wireless charging, water resistance, and Touch ID.

It’s also powered by Apple’s latest A13 Bionic chip which is also used in its flagship line-up making it one of if not the fastest smartphone on the market right now.

iPhone SE is the most powerful 4.7-inch iPhone ever. It features the industry-leading performance of A13 Bionic for great battery life and a beautiful Retina HD display that’s more affordable than ever with a starting price of $399.

iPhone SE takes an incredibly popular design and refines it even further. Crafted from bead-blasted aluminum for a satin-like finish, this light and compact phone is designed to fit comfortably in your hand. The glossy glass back features an improved wireless charging coil, so you can simply set it down to charge.

A 13 Bionic is the fastest chip ever in a smartphone, period. It leverages industry-leading machine learning and artificial intelligence to deliver even better battery life, with an efficiency core that’s optimized for low power demands like browsing the web or checking email. You’ll also get better performance when you need it with our high‑performance cores that are up to 20 percent faster than A12 Bionic.

iPhone SE has an aerospace‑grade aluminum band with diamond cut chamfers for a sophisticated look that feels as good as it looks. And we’ve added an all‑new matte glass back design that has a rich color gradation finish

The iPhone SE is the smallest and cheapest iPhone that Apple makes, but it’s by no means a bad phone. In fact, with its A9 processor and 12-megapixel camera (the same as the iPhone 6S), it can still hold its own against Apple’s current flagship phone, the iPhone 7.

The iPhone SE is by far the most compact iPhone you can buy today, measuring 4 inches across the diagonal, compared to the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhones. It fits more easily in your pocket than larger phones do and it’s much easier to use with one hand. It has a smaller battery than Apple’s other phones but still offers good battery life compared to most Android models.

Its design isn’t flashy, but it’s well constructed of metal and glass. The screen isn’t as sharp as those of newer iPhones, with a resolution of 640 x 1136 pixels rather than 750 x 1334 or 1080 x 1920 pixels. But unless you’re looking at two iPhones side by side, you probably won’t notice the difference when reading text or viewing photos and videos.

Apple has its own brand of professional users: They’re the ones who can’t afford to be weighed down by heavy, expensive equipment but still need some serious tech to get the job done. Their equipment — Apple’s laptops and phones — are light enough to travel with, but powerful enough to work on.

The iPhone SE makes a compelling case for this crowd. Especially because it comes in at $399, an attractive price point for the prosumer user or hobbyist.

The phone itself is very small, taking up roughly the same footprint as an iPhone 8 — its predecessor. The camera isn’t as big as the one on the iPhone 11 Pro (or even on the iPhone 11), but it’s good enough for most situations. And if you do need something more powerful, you can use your Macbook.

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