Every year, it’s probably safe to assume that there are a number of iPhone users who decide that they want to make the switch to Android, and vice versa. There are many reasons for this, but for the iPhone SE, it seems that cost could be one of the main draws because according to Counterpoint Research, it has pulled in more Android users than before.
Ahead of the iPhone SE being announced, it was rumored that the handset would be largely based on the iPhone 8. A subsequent teardown has revealed that the internals of the handset were similar to the iPhone 8 where certain parts could be swapped with one another. It was also revealed that the phone would pack the same 1,821mAh battery.
Apple’s new iPhone SE comes at a price of $399, a price tag that we haven’t seen on an iPhone ever since the original iPhone SE. However, the affordable price tag also means that certain compromises had to be made in terms of the choice of hardware and features, where apparently battery size was one of those compromises.
Ahead of the new iPhone SE’s launch, it was rumored that the device would be similar to the iPhone 8 in terms of design. It turned out to be true as the iPhone SE has adopted a more curved design that is more in line with Apple’s recent design language. However, it seems that the similarities go deeper than that.
Just the other day, Apple announced the new iPhone SE. The phone comes with a new larger 4.7-inch display compared to the original iPhone SE, but as some of you might have heard, there have been rumors that suggested that Apple could have a larger iPhone SE Plus in the works as well.
In the recent years, we’ve seen Apple experience a fair amount of success with its iPhone XR and iPhone 11, both of which are the cheaper versions of Apple’s flagship iPhones. According to the sales figures, both devices have sold extremely well, and in some cases, actually outsold their more expensive siblings.
Before the new iPhone SE was announced, it was rumored that the handset could be largely based on the iPhone 8’s design. Sure enough, the rumors were true. However, it now also means that Apple has since discontinued the iPhone 8, meaning that if you wanted a cheap iPhone, the new iPhone SE is your best bet.
Yesterday, Apple announced its brand new iPhone SE. The phone is the successor to the original iPhone SE with updated hardware and specs and a brand new design. It also only costs $399, which is much, much cheaper than what Apple is asking for for its other higher-end iPhone models.
It has been rumored for a while now that Apple has a new iPhone SE model in the works. The handset was originally rumored to be announced at Apple’s end of March event, but with the event supposedly having been cancelled due to the coronavirus, many have been wondering about its status.
If a budget iPhone is something you’re looking forward to, then you might have heard the reports that claim that Apple could be working on an iPhone SE 2 that will be the successor to the iPhone SE that was launched in 2016. Initially rumored for an early 2020 release, it seems that there is a chance it could now be delayed.
The iPhone SE 2 – which could also be potentially called as “iPhone 9” will get into mass production next month for a potential March release schedule.In case you did not know, the iPhone SE 2 will be a budget iPhone for under $400. Even though the pricing isn’t clear at the moment, we’re just a month away from its official reveal.Bloomberg also reported that the assembly work for the […]
If the rumors are to be believed, in the next few months, there is a good chance that we could see Apple launch the iPhone SE 2. Unlike the iPhone XR and iPhone 11, the iPhone SE 2 is expected to be a true budget model with its specs largely based on the iPhone 8. Now according to a report from DigiTimes, the publication claims that we could not only […]
If the rumors are to be believed, Apple could be working on an iPhone SE 2 that could launch in 2020. The rumors are claiming that in terms of design, it will be a departure from the original iPhone SE’s design which looks like the iPhone 5. Instead, the iPhone SE 2 is expected to adopt a more “modern” design where it will be reminiscent of the iPhone 8.
Based on how well-received the iPhone XR is and how well the iPhone 11 seems to be doing, it appears that Apple is aware that maybe they might have priced themselves out of the market with its newer iPhones. It is also why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that Apple could be trying to tempt customers with the iPhone SE 2.