Apple has officially announced the new iPhone SE smartphone 2020, amid pandemic. The American company wouldn’t be described as an opportunist, but as one who understands the need to quench an appetite as people will depend on their phones more than ever right now.
The iPhone SE isn’t essentially a high-end phone as such, it is starting at $400 as against iPhone’s past iPhone 11, pro Max which danced to the tune of above $1,000.
The 2020 iPhone SE is another major smartphone release coming in the midst of the pandemic. It’s resources are quite soothing, with a more advanced behavioral pattern to iPhone 6 and a size of iPhone 8 which means a 4.7-inch screen, large bezels on the top and bottom, and a home button with Touch ID
Meanwhile, Apple and Google are building a coronavirus tracking system into iOS and Android
Below are IPHONE SE SPECS
Screen: 4.7-inch True Tone display
Rear cameras: 12-megapixel single 6-element lens, features OIS, flicker sensor for white balance, focus pixels, HDR, and portrait mode for people, video recording at 4K/60fps
Selfie camera: 7-megapixel camera
Dimensions: 67.3 x 138.4 x 7.3mm, 148 grams
Processor: A13 Bionic
Storage: 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB
OS: iOS 13
Connectivity: Wi-Fi 6, Gigabit LTE, Dual SIM with eSIM
Biometric authentication: second-generation Touch ID fingerprint sensor
Wireless charging, Lightning connector, 5W charger included
It is available for preorder this Friday, April 17th, and it will ship on April 24th. There will be a 128GB model offered for $449 and a 256GB model for $549. As iPhone culture is, it will come with a free year of Apple TV Plus. It will come in black, white, and Product Red.
Apple also promises that its website and app offer good customer support.
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