Apple has launched its iPhone SE (2020) which is a sequel to the 2016 iPhone SE. The much-awaited compact phone has a 4.7-inch screen and a starting price tag of $399.
The phone was earlier rumored to release in March. However, the coronavirus pandemic pushed forward the launch date.
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The new 4G phone also has the A13 Bionic chip, matching that in the iPhone 11 line, meaning the technology is not dated compared with the other current iPhones.
It has a single 12-megapixel camera on the back, supporting 4K video, and a seven-megapixel selfie camera on the front. It comes with at least 64GB of storage, with 128GB and 256GB options, and is available in black, white or red.
Having been responsible for extending the smartphone cost ceiling beyond the £1,000 barrier, with models such as the iPhone 11 Pro Max, recent sales figures have consistently shown Apple’s cheapest iPhone 11 model to be the bestseller.
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