The iPhone SE 2020 was unveiled earlier this month, and the smartphone is now available for sale. The phone looks a lot like the iPhone 8, and it meant to be a replacement for those who are still using Apple’s older smartphones like the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 7. Does the new iPhone offer enough speed improvements over the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 7? This video tries to show the difference.
iPhone SE 2020: The Complete Buyer's and User Guide
When Apple announced the 2020 iPhone SE earlier this week, it did not provide much about its 12MP rear camera sensor. Many believed that it was a mashup of the iPhone XR’s camera sensor and the iPhone 8 lens. A teardown of the 2020 iPhone SE and a close inspection from the folks over at iFixit reveals a different story altogether though.
A teardown of the 2020 iPhone SE had previously revealed that it shared many components with the iPhone 8 and both devices were largely the same internally. An iFixit teardown has now provided more insight into just how similar these phones are.
The 2020 iPhone SE packs plenty of punch for its size thanks to A13 Bionic chip powering it. However, despite the device coming with such a powerful chip, Apple uses the same 1,821mAh battery on the iPhone SE as it does on the iPhone 8. Does Apple claim that the iPhone SE offers the same battery life as iPhone 8, but does that claim really hold up?
Apple’s latest 2020 iPhone SE has garnered rave reviews and is being touted as one of the best budget iPhones. Due to the ongoing pandemic, Apple has shut down its stores in most regions outside China. As you can see in the picture above, people in Hong-Kong are visiting Apple Stores to buy the new iPhone SE despite the COVID-19 threat.
The 2020 iPhone SE is Apple’s first iPhone with a physical home button after the launch of the iPhone X in 2017. The latter brought about a major change in how to take screenshots on iPhones since it lacked a home button. The 2020 iPhone SE, however, features a home button which means the method to take a screenshot on it is similar to older iPhones and different from iPhone X and newer iPhones. So, read this guide to know how you can take a screenshot on the 2020 iPhone SE.
The 2020 iPhone SE goes on sale in over 40 countries from today. For a $399 iPhone, the device packs a lot of punch and offers plenty of value for money which is why there’s a lot of hype surrounding it as well. If you plan to buy the new iPhone SE or have already purchased it, make sure to go through our list of the best tips and tricks for it to make the most out of it.
The 2020 iPhone SE is now officially on sale in over 40 countries. The device was announced by Apple last week replacing the iPhone 8, though it is primarily considered to be the successor to the original iPhone SE as its naming scheme would suggest.
The 2020 iPhone SE is very similar to the iPhone 8 from a design viewpoint. Internally also, it is a mash-up of iPhone 8 and iPhone 11 components. A teardown of the iPhone SE alongside the iPhone 8 now shows just how similar both phones internally are as well.
The 2020 iPhone SE is the perfect compact powerhouse of a smartphone. The A13 Bionic chip inside the device ensures that it is by far the most powerful sub-5″ smartphone available in the market. However, even if one looks past the missing ultra-wide angle camera on the iPhone SE, there are a lot of other features as well that the 2020 iPhone SE does not pack when compared to other iPhones. These features might not be immediately noticeable when one goes through the specs sheet, but if you get the phone and start using it, you would realize that they are missing.