Apple's last "great" iPhone launch was the iPhone 8 in 2017, with the 2016 iPhone SE (Special Edition) being the last cycle with the iPhone 4 design language. It's safe to state that both these phones are kinda old now. But there are still a lot of individuals out there which cherished the 4.7" screen size and perhaps reluctant to refresh to the newer models. Click "Read More" to read the full article.
The new 2020 special edition model takes its design cues from the iPhone 8, essentially taking it as a blueprint for the shell of the phone, and crams in the latest hardware technology that were premiered with the iPhone 11 series.
In particular, Apple is offering this new little bundle at a mind blowing price point beginning at $649, certainly less expensive than even the "lower-end" iPhone 11.
As far as specification goes, the new 2020 iPhone SE is fueled by Apple's most recent A13 chip. Right now, this is the most impressive and energy efficient chip available, and Apple putting this into the new age SE likely probably results in the phone packing quite a punch for its size and price
In terms of design, the new iPhone SE ought to be a recognizable sight to all as it receives the iPhone 8 design language. This incorporates a 4.7" 1334 x 750 resolution LCD board – which in probability will be equivalent to that found on the iPhone 8.
The phone is smaller in each dimension, coming in at just 138.4 x 67.3 x 7.3mm and just 148g. In the event that you've been hoping to get a littler telephone and are in the iPhone ecosystem, the new iPhone SE is the gadget to get.
On the camera side, the SE just has a solo camera – a 12MP sensor with f/1.8 optics and OIS. This isn't the newer sensor found on the iPhone 11 as it does not have full-sensor dual-pixel phase detection capability. Anyway this doesn't imply that image quality will be any less, as Apple promises the phone to perform as the “best single-camera system ever in an iPhone”, and the A13’s new ISP and image processing algorithms will certainly augment the camera to be extremely competitive with what we’ve seen in the iPhone 11 series.
Phone security is done by Touch ID as the phone does not have the Face ID sensor. Again, iPhone users will be extremely familiar with the setup here as it’ll be essentially the same as what’s found on an iPhone 8.
The iPhone SE will come in three limits – 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB – and it will be available in 3 colors– black, white, and (PRODUCT)RED. Costs will begin at S$649, which makes it significantly more affordable than the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, and even the iPhone 8.
The 128GB and 256GB renditions are S$719 and S$889 separately. Additionally, every purchase of an iPhone SE will have a free one-year subscription to Apple TV+.
Pre-orders for the iPhone SE has began now till next Friday, 24 April.
Lastly, the iPhone SE seems like an attractive package, with a very good A13 processor, goodcamera specs, and a appealing sticker price. But most importantly, it denotes Apple's step back into the mid-range phone category and it proves to be a good decision in such dire period.
Pre-order now at: https://www.apple.com/sg/iphone-se/