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Apple March Event: This is the iPhone SE Gen 3

The iPhone SE Gen 3 is here. It has a 4.7-inch screen and comes with the A15 Bionic.

The new iPhone SE was unveiled at Apple's March event. It is officially only called "iPhone SE", but the community will probably call it either "iPhone SE 3" or "iPhone SE Gen 3".

From the outside, you can't tell that the Gen 3 is anything new. It's a dead ringer for the iPhone 8. Home button, top and bottom bezels, rounded edges, IP67 certified. The screen measures only 4.7 inches diagonally, so it should be a phone for those who want small screens.

The iPhone SE Gen 3 has a home button and comes in three colors that we know from its big sibling, the iPhone 13:

  1. Midnight: a very dark dark blue that is not black.
  2. Starlight: White
  3. Product Red: Bright red, the color of the Charity Product(Red).

    So far, so unspectacular. Because the small iPhone with the old-fashioned design has a lot going for it. Behind the screen is an A15 Bionic, which not only gives you more system performance, but significantly improved battery life, if the iPhone 13 Pro Max is anything to go by. By the way, "A15 Bionic" also means "5G".

    The camera at the back of the iPhone SE Gen 3 is conspicuous. Or better: The lack of cameras. There's no triple-cam setup, just one lens. However, Apple does not promise you any significant disadvantages from the lack of three cameras. After all, the A15 Bionic is so strong in computational photography that the pictures from the 12-megapixel lens can keep up with the flagships.

    In Switzerland, the iPhone SE Gen 3 starts at 479 francs, in Germany at 519 euros. For that, you get 64 gigabytes of storage. The variants with 128 or 256 gigabytes are more expensive.

    Speaking of which, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 get a new color: green. Alpine green.

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