Hey Numeracy Nation. It’s “Movie Monday.” Since the new iPhone SE came out last week, what better way to start the week off? This 9to5Mac video explains the advantages and drawbacks of the new iPhone SE.
- Same size as the old iPhone 5/5S
- A9 processor (same as the iPhone 6S)
- M9 motion coprocessor for untethered “Hey, Siri”
- Rose Gold color availablility
- inset Apple logo
- redesigned chamfered edges (making it different than the 5/5S)
- 2GB RAM
- 12-megapixel iSight camera (no bump!)
- 4K video
- 240-fps slo-mo video
- retina flash (for forward-facing camera)
- live photos
- Apple Pay
- faster network speeds
- better battery life
And the bad…
- 1.2-megapixel FaceTime camera (same as the 5S)
- contrast ratio
- 1st generation touch ID (slower on)
- no 3D touch (which the 6S has)
- smaller screen
Conclusion? A good investment of you preferred the smaller form factor of the old 5/5S, but want many of the features of the newest 6S.
Stay tuned next week for an iPhone 7 report.