Apple iPhone SE gets pricey with sub-6GHz 5G and A15 processor
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Apple iPhone SE gets pricey with the addition sub-6GHz 5G, along with the A15 Bionic in the iPhone 13 series. The small iPhone SE will not be priced at $429, an ideal low-cost phone for you that packs a punch. 

The small factor is kept intact in the latest iPhone Se. It features a 4.7-inch screen, along with some chunky bezels similar to the ones in 2017. The base 64GB model is now priced at $429 which is a bit higher than the older one which was priced at $399.Apple iPhone SE gets pricey with sub-6GHz 5G and A15 processor-1The 12-megapixel f/1.8 camera on the rear panel remains the same, though it gets some software improvements for photography, thanks to the new processor. The addition of the Deep Fusion and HDR 4 on the iPhone 13 makes it better to handle high-contrast scenes and noise reduction. According to Apple, the A15 chipset helps improve battery life — not one of the previous SE’s strengths.

The iPhone SE maintains the IP67 rating for water resistance and includes a Touch ID sensor for biometric unlocking as earlier. Apple offers the phone’s front and back panel with a glass it says is the “toughest glass in a smartphone.”  Qi wireless charging features still remain intact. Pre-orders for the iPhone Se start from March 11th and will start shipping from March 18th.

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