iPhone SE

iPhone SE

iPhone SE

iPhone SEThe newest iPhone is also the most powerful, and the cheapest, 4 inch iPhone ever made.

 

How does the iPhone SE perform?

The iPhone SE is designed for those who want a powerful iPhone with all the latest functionality and cutting-edge technology, but don’t want to pay the premium for the larger iPhone models that are become more suited to business and productivity requirements. The iPhone SE is the iPhone for the social media person, for the photographer, for the gamer.

 

The camera is packing 12‑megapixels so you can snap photos in the same quality as those taken on the iPhone 6s. That includes shooting — and even editing — brilliant 4K video, which is up to four times the resolution of 1080p HD video. With the newest phone camera technology available, you can also now use the front facing camera to snap selfies in low light as the iPhone SE retina display now acts as a front flash, even adjusting it’s light output to the environmental conditions, so you get a true-tone flash that enhances, rather than over exposes your selfies.

What is the best iPhone SE deal?

Here is the great news, the iPhone SE is the most affordable iPhone yet. The best iPhone SE deals can see you snag one of these devices for as little as £20 a month with a £99 upfront free, or £30 a month with no upfront cost. Gone are the days when a free iPhone was out of reach for most of us.

What about the 4G and wireless performance?

With more 4G LTE bands than ever, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi, the iPhone SE is even faster than the iPhone 5s. Worldwide roaming is no longer an issue and iPhone SE also supports Voice over 4G LTE, for high-quality wideband calls. 

And the chip, how does that compare?

At the heart of the mighty iPhone SE is the same advanced chip that’s in the iPhone 6s. That means you get the most advanced, most powerful core that Apple have produced for an iPhone, all packaged inside a 4 inch, ‘entry-level’. iPhone. And with console-class graphics performance, your favourite games and apps are incredibly rich and immersive. Making it a mighty chip for maximum performance.

iPhone SE performance

 

Tom has been writing about the iPhone since 2007 and is well known as an expert in his field with multiple blogs and numerous articles being published on technology and mobile phone websites.

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