Apple announces new iPhone SE with impressive upgrades and lower price

The latest iPhone is priced at £419 and will be available for delivery from March 18

The new Apple iPhone SE is amazing and affordable

Apple has announced the arrival of its all-new iPhone SE, which comes with 5G connectivity and a lower price.

The tech giant unveiled the latest version of its iPhone SE, which starts at £419, yesterday (8 March) at its ‘Peek Performance’ event.

The phone is available for pre-order from Friday, March 11 and will ship from March 18. It was announced alongside a number of other new Apple products.

The new iPhone SE offers many impressive upgrades, including the performance of the A15 Bionic, which offers faster processing speeds, as well as longer battery life and improved durability.

Kaiann Drance, Vice President of Worldwide iPhone Product Marketing at Apple, said: “iPhone SE has been an incredibly popular choice with our existing users and new iPhone customers, thanks to its iconic design, exceptional performance and its affordable price.

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“This year we’ve built the most powerful and longest-lasting iPhone SE yet, with better battery life thanks to A15 Bionic, the same chip as our iPhone 13 lineup that also unlocks advanced features. features like Smart HDR 4, Photographic Styles and Deep Fusion.”

“And with 5G, iPhone SE gives users faster downloads and uploads, higher quality video streaming, real-time interactivity in apps, and more. Only Apple can deliver the next generation of technology and performance at this price.”

The latest iPhone is the third handset in Apple’s SE lineup, which are the tech giant’s smaller screen devices with fewer flash features than its larger flagship counterparts, but for a lower price.

“When the 2020 iPhone SE was announced at the height of the pandemic, it was the perfect product at the time. Consumers were uncertain about the outlook, and an affordable iPhone was ideally placed to take advantage,” said Ben Wood, chief analyst at CCS Insight.

“In 2022, things have improved, but the iPhone SE franchise still plays an important role as an affordable iPhone for consumers who are still cautious about buying a high-end iPhone or who just don’t feel the need to spend more than is necessary.”

Apple has announced that a revamped iPad Air tablet, which will come in grey, silver, pink, purple and blue finishes, will also go on sale from March 18 with prices starting at £569.

The tech giant is also set to release a brand new desktop computing system called Mac Studio, along with a special gadget to go along with it.

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