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Small enough to hold your hand
Familiar size, different pieces
The Apple iPhone SE resembles the iPhone 5 and 5s that came before it, but is actually a very different phone on the inside. Apple took the same familiar design and reinvigorated it from the inside out. It starts with the A9 processor, the same chip used in the iPhone 6s. The 64-bit desktop-class architecture brings faster speed and better graphics performance in a smaller frame.
Many of the features that have made the iPhone so familiar over the years carry on with the iPhone SE. There’s Touch ID to unlock the phone with your fingerprint, giving you a safe and secure way to keep it with you. Your password goes everywhere you go.
The 12 megapixel iSight camera is better than the iPhone 5s, capturing the same level of photos and video as the iPhone 6s. You can record video in 4K resolution, and shoot Live Photos to bring images to life.
How the iPhone SE is different from the iPhone 6s
The guts on the inside may be like a smaller iPhone 6s, but the size is a throwback to a different era. Holding the iPhone SE is like holding the smallest smartphone on the market. Its 4-inch Retina display is easier to handle for smaller hands than the 4.7-inch Retina display on the iPhone 6s.
The iPhone SE is also made for users who don’t need to rack up too much in their storage space. Coming in 16GB and 64GB storage options, the Apple iPhone 6s also comes in a 128GB version that offers greater flexibility for those who need extra room.
As an iPhone SE user, you can bank some of your photos, video and files into a backup on iCloud. The cloud-based service acts as a storage utility you can access from your phone or even from a computer.
Carry some protection For Your Apple iPhone SE
Like any smartphone, protecting your investment is easy when you cover it up with the right tools. Slip on a case to keep it safe from any scuffs or breaks, saving that rose gold colour from losing its lustre. Place a tempered glass screen protector to keep the display clear of scratches, blemishes and chips.
Keep the iPhone SE charged at home and on the go with extra charging cables where you need them, like at work or in the car. The Lightning connector works with a variety of accessories, helping you get more out of the smallest iPhone available.