On Tuesday, March 8, the annual Apple event was held, where the American company debuts the other batch of devices that it does not announce at its traditional September conference. In this opportunity, products such as the iPad Air, iMacs, Macbook and Macbook pro were announced, as well as the iPhone SE. The latter, without a doubt, was the one that caught the eyes of the public, as it brings back a retro model with modern engineering that promises to enter the market in 2022.
This renewed Apple smartphone is a team of the economic line of those of Cupertino. With a model similar to that of its predecessor, it will have Touch ID for fingerprint unlocking, an option that Apple and other brands had already dispensed with in their latest deliveries.
The novelty of this new equipment is that it will have an A15 Bionic chip, the same one used by the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro Max, which are the most powerful equipment presented by Apple. In the same way, this device will have an integrated 5G antenna that will allow a higher speed in terms of downloading mobile data.
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As for hardware, the iPhone SE will feature a 4.7-inch screen with Retina Display technology. As if that were not enough, its front camera will maintain a single lens that will take pictures with 12 megapixel resolution.
This equipment will have a base price of $429 and can be pre-ordered on the official Apple website from Friday, March 18, and will be operational on the market from March 18, as announced at the Apple Event today.