On Wednesday, April 15th, Apple announced that a new model had been added to the iPhone family – the second-generation iPhone SE with a 4.7-inch display as a follow-up to the, released four years ago.
Smaller in size and almost half cheaper than the iPhone 11, but with an equally powerful operating system. The new iPhone SE looks like the iPhone 8 but has the internals similar to the iPhone 11. Like the original SE, the new phone will start at $399 — $50 cheaper than the discontinued iPhone 8, which the company will stop producing.
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The second-generation iPhone SE has a single-lens 12-megapixel camera that supports portrait mode and Smart HDR. However, the camera does not support Apple’s new night mode feature available on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro.
The iPhone SE’s camera can record 4K video at up to 60 frames per second with optical image stabilization and support for slow-mo video and time-lapse video. The front-facing camera supports Portrait Mode as well using the image signal processor and Neural Engine of the A13 Bionic.
The new iPhone SE is the only iPhone in Apple’s current lineup that continues to feature Touch ID over Face ID. Like other iPhones, it uses Haptic Touch for Quick Actions and contextual menus, with 3D Touch now eliminated from the iPhone lineup.
The models will have 64, 128 or 256 gigabytes of built-in memory.
The new version of the iPhone SE will be available in black, white and red. It is built with a glass front and back with a color-matched aluminum band. Wireless charging is supported and it features IP67 water and dust resistance so it will hold up to splashes and even brief submersions in water.
In America, it will be available on April 24 and the price of the phone will be only about 400 dollars (about 366 euros).
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The phone has two main audiences: budget-conscious buyers who aren’t interested in paying $799 for an iPhone 11, $999 for a Pro or $1,099 for a Pro Max, and.