In April 2020, Apple unveiled the second-generation iPhone SE smartphone, which comes in a compact design that has been reinvented from the inside out. It wasn’t called the iPhone 9 as most people had anticipated. Instead, Apple decided to follow up on their SE moniker that was first used in 2016. And just like its forerunner, the new iPhone SE is Apple’s most low-cost iPhone, with the price starting at $399.
The new iPhone SE is a powerful smartphone with a very fashionable design. Here are some of its key features and highlights:
If you are conversant with the iPhone 8, iPhone 6, iPhone 6S, iPhone 7, then you already know what the 2020 iPhone SE model looks like. It’s compatible with all of the iPhone 8 phone cases and features an identical 4.7-inch Retina HD Display with the device’s top and bottom having thick bezels. The top features a cutout purposefully for the speaker, camera, and complimenting sensors, while the bottom has a Touch ID Home button that’s covered in sapphire crystal.
The iPhone SE, just like the iPhone 8, has a seven-layer ink glass body that adds color to the glass and results in an overall depth of color. The glass body and glass display are held in place by an aluminum band matching the color of every iPhone for a flawless look, plus small antenna lines. The iPhone SE backside has a microphone, single-lens rear camera, and an LED flash.
The new iPhone SE has the same 4.7” display like the iPhone 8 and comes with a contrast ratio of 1400:1 and resolution of 1334 by 750 with 326 pixels per inch. It features 625 nits max brightness, multi-touch capabilities, and true-to-life colors with P3 wide color support. The iPhone SE also supports True Tone, which capitalizes on the ambient light sensor that detects the room’s lighting and adjusts the intensity and color temperature.
A13 Bionic Chip
The 2020 iPhone SE has the same Bionic chip that was unveiled together with the iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro, and 11 and is what Apple claims to be the fastest chip ever with unparalleled performance and power efficiency. The A13 chip has an 8-core Neural Engine is more focused on machine learning and can do 5 trillion operations per second, making it perfect for gaming, photography, and augmented reality experiences. The CPU has two Machine Learning Accelerators and a Machine Learning Controller for balancing efficiency and performance. The iOS and A13 Bionic enhance new intelligent apps that make use of Core ML and machine learning.
iPhone SE 2020 Camera
The iPhone SE features a 12-megapixel f/1.8 aperture Wide camera that unlocks more computational photography like Depth Control, all the six Portrait Lighting effects, and Portrait mode. Utilizing monocular depth estimation and machine learning will, for sure take amazing front camera Portraits. And for enhanced shadow details and highlights, it comes with next-gen Smart HDR, wide color capture, and optical image stabilization, which make videos more immersive. The iPhone SE rear camera supports 4K video capture up to 60 frames per second and dynamic range support of up to 30 frames per second. Apple claims it’s the ultimate single-camera system. You can also take advantage of the QuickTake video that allows users to take quick videos without necessarily having to switch from photo mode.
How Does The New iPhone SE Compare To The 11 Series and XR?
For starters, the new iPhone SE is significantly cheaper compared to the iPhone 11 and iPhone XR going at $699 and $449, respectively. The iPhone XR processor is A12 Bionic while the 2020 iPhone SE and iPhone 11 are A 13 Bionic. When it comes to the storage, the second-generation iPhone SE and iPhone XR come in 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, while the 11 series is 128GB, 256GB, 512GB.
How Does The iPhone SE Compare To 1st Generation iPhone SE and iPhone 8?
In comparison to the 1st generation iPhone SE, the new iPhone has a 4.7” Retina HD Display compared to the 4” Retina Display of the 2016 model. It’s also fast when streaming music, backing up files, and downloading photos. It has up to 2.7x quicker Wi-Fi speeds and 65x faster cellular speeds.
The iPhone 8, on the other hand, has the same Retina HD display (4.7”). When it comes to exploring AR and launching apps, it has up to 1.4x faster CPU and 2x faster GPU compared to A11 Bionic. When backing up or downloading files, it has up to 60% faster cellular speed and 38% faster Wi-Fi speed.
With the iPhone SE, there’ll be lots of love to spread around, less to spend, and packs the most powerful chip that surely meets all your needs. And with all the benefits the iPhone SE comes with, it’s only natural to want to keep your device looking beautiful and safe. Our new AraMag™ Luxury phone case can certainly help with that. Here’s how:
Zero Signal Interference: The case is made from a non-conductive Aramid Fiber and will not in any way interfere or interrupt your calls, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPA, or Cell Phone signals.
Wireless Charger Friendly: It’s explicitly designed to offer your iPhone SE with a seamless magnetic (QI) charging experience.
Style That Lasts: The case is not only stylish; it’s also extremely scratch-resistant. It’s designed to look awesome year after year, extending the lifespan of your device.
Magnetic Holder Ready: There are embedded metal plates that are positioned correctly on the AraMag™ and are compatible with either your magnetic charger or holder.
Thin & Light: You definitely don’t want to carry around something heavy. The AraMag™ is specially made to be thin and light and is designed from super-strong, Aramid Fiber that’s ballistic grade and 5x stronger compared to steel. It weighs in at only 17g and has a thickness of 0.85mm. It’s freakishly lightweight and will fit your iPhone SE like a glove.
And with the AraMag™Phone Case, you can protect and enhance the aesthetic appeal of your new iPhone SE. It’s exactly what you’ve been waiting for!