The third version of the iPhone SE has a good chance of succeeding in the market because of the features in the price range. Many Apple users find the latest models to be excessively large and prefer fingerprint recognition to facial recognition.
As a result, they are unconcerned that the device resembles an iPhone 8 from the autumn of 2017. They also don’t seem to mind that the 4.7-inch display is an LCD, which is usually reserved for low-cost smartphones.
The most compact iPhone
Even if the new iPhone SE appears to be outdated, it has a bright future ahead of it. Because it is equipped with Apple’s 5G-capable A15 chip, which is also found in the company’s most recent top models.
This means that the smartphones will not only have enough of battery life, but they will also receive at least four significant operating system updates before going on sale with iOS 15. Furthermore, thanks to the more efficient chip, the battery should last longer.
In terms of improvements over the predecessor, that’s about it. Because the iPhone SE 3 only has a 12-megapixel camera on the back with an aperture of f/1.8. The Knipse, on the other hand, has a lot more possibilities with the A15 chip than it had with the second iteration.
Apple offers the new iPhone SE in black, white, or red with 64, 128, or 256 gigabytes of memory. The smartphone will be available for pre-order starting March 11th and will be available for purchase on March 18th.
For just under Rs. 110000, Rs. 120000, or Rs.130000 for 64GB, 128GB and 256GB respectively.