The new $399 iPhone is announced by Apple.
Looks like today's iPhone with more advanced technology definitely more than older SE version
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Apple formally announced the latest iPhone SE, an iPhone with a lower cost launch at $399 for a 64 GB storage model. It has the same simple form and feel as the iPhone 8, indicating that it has a 4.7 “frame, wide loops up and down and a home with touch recognition. It’s a style consistent since iPhone 6, which effectively makes the iPhone SE the fifth generation. This style is well known to Apple.
This Thursday, 17th April is pre-ordered and it will be delivered on 24th April. The 128 GB edition for $449 and the 256 GB for $549 would be eligible. It ships with a full year of Apple TV Extra, including all iPhones. This will be available in black, green, and red.
So why again you should buy iPhone SE?
Today, it may seem a little old, but under the hood it is far from outdated. Apple’s A13 cpu, the chip used in today’s iPhone 11 model, supports a new interface. The A11 Bionic chip supports the iPhone 8, which still can be bought from a few sellers. The iPhone SE 2020 also includes an eSIM that is suitable for travelers in addition to a regular nanosize SIM card.
The model appears like the iPhone 8 which has an almost similar style in front of it. The 7.3mm-thick aluminum frame is interglass layers. The weight is just 148 grams and the water resistance is IP67-rated. The rear glass is seven-layered, dark and vivid in color and comes in black, white or a exclusive red version (Product). At the top, a 4,7-inch monitor is mounted at the black-only edge and has a resolution of 1334 x 750 pixels, a True Tone screen and the fingerprint sensor Touch ID.
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4.7-inch True Tone display
12-megapixel single 6-element lens, features OIS, flicker sensor for white balance, focus pixels, HDR, and portrait mode for people, video recording at 4K/60fps
67.3 x 138.4 x 7.3mm, 148 grams
64GB, 128GB, and 256GB
Wi-Fi 6, Gigabit LTE, Dual SIM with eSIM
second-generation Touch ID fingerprint sensor Wireless charging, Lightning connector, 5W charger included IP67 protection
In details :
Although it has been built a older design, the iPhone SE is fitted with Apple’s A13 Bionic processor, as in the newest iPhone 11 and 11 Pro models.
It will mean that the Apple line-up, which has the A11 processor since 2017, is replaced by the $446 iPhone 8 variant. There won’t be a bigger variant of the second generation iPhone SE, although in some countries the iPhone 8 Plus will also be available.
The 7.3mm-thick aluminum frame is interglass sandwiched. The weight is just 148 grams and the water resistance is IP67-rated. The rear glass is seven-layered, dark and vivid in color and comes in black, white or a exclusive red version (Product). At the top, a 4,7-inch monitor is mounted at the black-only edge and has a resolution of 1334 x 750 pixels, a True Tone screen and the fingerprint sensor Touch ID.
This comes with a 5W converter in the package, but 18W quick loading can be helped if the adapter is right. Naturally, a lightning connection is required for loading, and Qi wireless charging is also assisted.
No headphone port, but Lightning headphones are included in the package.The battery life of the smartphone is supposed to equal that of the iPhone 8, which Apple claims has a single charge of 13 hours of video playback.
The powerful A13 processor and the small monitor size help this. Wireless charging for the iPhoneSE and the quick charge feature up to 50% in just 30 minutes have been introduced by Apple, providing that you purchase a separate 18W charging unit.
The rear of the camera consists of a single 12-megapixel (along with a flash). Apple claims it uses A13 Bionic chips to boost its Smart HDR imaging, which blends multiple photos to better illumination and clarity with a single frame.
The camera is a 12-megapixel single sensor which includes a range of improvements to software. The picture has just one lens, with multiple lighting impacts and a means of controlling how much blur. This has a portrait feature. Apple’s extremely efficient Smart HDR in the iPhone 11 model, including the optical image stabilization, is still available. Video capturing 4 K video quality at 60 fps on the iPhone SE 2020 is possible with more dynamic range at 30 fps.
The selfie camera has 7 megapixels, an optical bokeh effect and 1080p video recording.
This also has a portrait mode named “monocular depth sensing” (Apple technology) which uses machine-learning for detecting distance which images, which sadly ensures that only humans can function, not animals. That involves the stabilization of optical images and Apple claims that they will “cinematically” stabilize the images to help 4 K content in 60fps.
It enables Wi-Fi 6, Gigabit LTE and dual-SIMs to complete several other modernized features. This also incorporates Haptic Touch, the substitution of Apple’s 3D Touch, which includes a lengthy press of Haptic input. (The second is an e-SIM).
Rumors also revealed that, next year, Apple plans to announce several additional iPhone versions, including a 5.4-inch phone (read: without the SE 2 chunky bezels), which will already be smaller than the 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro. Nevertheless, the latest model does not meet the slim measurements of the initial SE, if it is published, so small-phone wanters would possibly be left cold again.
Maybe the greatest part about your phone is how inexpensive it is. The device begins at $400, which compares to the price of the iPhone SE 2016. For anyone already using iPhone 6 or iPhone 7, this makes it an great update and who would prefer a smartphone that is a little more powerful without needing to fork out for an iPhone 11.