Apple’s next budget iPhone has arrived. We’ll help you compare it to the previous version.
The 2022 iPhone SE was among several new devices announced at Apple’s event on Tuesday. It’s essentially a new-and-improved version of the 2020 iPhone SE, which at $399 fit the iPhone 11’s A13 processor into a body resembling the iPhone 8.
The new SE is the same concept, retaining an iPhone 8 shell and a Touch ID home button, except it’s outfitted with the iPhone 13‘s A15 Bionic processor and 5G support. You can preorder the 2022 iPhone SE starting today, and it will become available March 18, starting at $429 — a slight price hike from its 2020 predecessor.
Apple iPhone SE (2022)
The long-awaited successor to the iPhone SE (2020) has been announced by Apple during its March 8 “Peek Performance” event. It features Apple’s A15 chip (which is the same one found in the iPhone 13 series), 5G, stronger glass and maintains the same overall design as the previous gen.
Pricing for the new iPhone SE starts at $429 and preorders begin on March 11.
Apple iPhone SE (2020)
Apple’s $399 iPhone SE, released in 2020, looks like an iPhone 8 but works like Apple’s newer iPhone 11 Pro.
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