The iPhone SE 2022 keeps the same look as the previous model, but it now has an A15 processor, enables 5G, and costs an extra $30.
The phone has a 4.7-inch Retina HD screen, an aluminum frame with a thick screen border that houses the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, and is dust and water resistant to IP67. Tempered glass protects both the front and back, comparable to the iPhone 13.
The A15 Bionic CPU, according to Apple, is 8 times faster and can handle 2.2 times more graphics than the iPhone 8 generation.
SmartHDR and Deep Fusion technologies are also built into the iPhone SE 2022, allowing for improved night and backlit photography. Apple has added portrait photography and font removal to the smartphone, which still has a 12 MP camera.
All iPhone SE 2022 pricing forecasts are false. The 64GB version starts at $429, which is $30 more than the previous model. The memory variants with 128GB and 256GB of storage cost $479 and $579, respectively.
When purchasing the device, users have the option of choosing between black, red, or white. From March 18, the device is expected to be available for purchase.
In addition, Apple debuted a beautiful green iPhone 13 edition at the event Friday night.