Everything You Need to Know About Apple’s New iPhone SE

Earlier today, Apple debuted the iPhone SE, a new 4-inch phone with a design that looks close to the iPhone 5S.

The device comes with most of the same things that’s inside the iPhone 6S and 6S plus: 64-bit A9 processor, M9 motion coprocessor and 12-megapixel iSight camera that records 4K video and 240 fps slow-motion.

It’s available in 16GB, $399 and 64 GB, $499.

Apple says that the iPhone SE has a faster Touch ID fingerprint sensor, faster Wi-Fi, faster LTE and Bluetooth 4.2.

Perhaps one of the best things about this phone is that the battery life is better: You can surf for up to 12 hours on the internet on 3G, 13 hours on LTE, and up to 13 hours on Wi-Fi.

The iPhone SE has the same retina display and resolution as the iPhone 5s: 1,136 x 640 at 326 pixels per inch.

The device will be available in over 110 countries by the end of May and preorders start this week on March 24 and will be available for purchase starting March 31.

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