Apple’s Cheapest iPhone is Officially Released at the Apple Event on March 8th.

The latest iPhone SE was officially released at the Apple Event which was held online on Wednesday morning (9/3/2022). The performance is promised to be super fast but at an affordable price, making it the cheapest 5G phone that Apple has presented.


The design is still the same as the second-generation iPhone SE. It has a 4.7-inch Retina display with a resolution of 750 x 1,334 pixels.


Apple protects the screen with the same glass as the iPhone 13. Likewise on the back. So that it promises better durability, especially since this phone has IP67 certification which means it is water and dust resistant.


iPhone SE 2022 is powered by the Apple A15 Bionic chipset as installed in the iPhone 13 series. Not only does it promise faster CPU and GPU performance than its predecessor, but it also has a longer battery life and this phone supports 5G connections.


The bottom of the screen still has the Home button. There, Apple also installed a Touch ID sensor, which is faster at scanning fingerprints.


iPhone SE comes in three colors, namely black, white and red. This phone can start to be ordered on March 18 with prices starting from USD 429.


Along with the release of the iPhone SE 2022, Apple also introduced a new color. There’s Green on the iPhone 13 and Alpine Green on the iPhone 13 Pro.


Both can be ordered on March 18 with the same price and specifications as the previous variant which was released in September 2021.

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