iPhone SE 2022 revealed at Apple Event. The iPhone SE is Apple’s small, low-cost smartphone that makes us question the whole idea of $1,000 phones, and it’ll be getting an update in 2022. The third-generation SE adds sub-6GHz 5G to the 2020 model, as well as the A15 Bionic in the iPhone 13 series.
iPhone SE 2022: Specs, price, and release date
The iPhone SE’s redesign in 2022 retains the phone’s tiny form factor and 4.7-inch display, as well as chunky bezels that are straight out of 2017. It costs $429, which is an increase of $50 from the previous model’s MSRP of $399. The rear panel of the SE retains a single camera, despite the new CPU, but it does gain some software-based imaging advantages thanks to the more modern processor.
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Comparison: iPhone SE 2022 vs iPhone 13 mini
Deep Fusion and HDR 4 are now included, which improve image handling in high-contrast settings and reduce noise, both features being present on the iPhone 13. According to Apple, the A15 chipset improves battery life. This was not one of the SE’s strengths.
The iPhone SE, like previous versions, is resistant to water and dust. The device still has a Touch ID sensor for biometric password authentication. The front and back glass of the phone are called “the toughest in a smartphone,” according to Apple. Orders for the iPhone SE begin on Friday, March 11th, and it will be available for purchase on March 18th.