iPhone SE Gets Taken For A Speed Test Against Every Single iPhone Released – See The Video Right Here

Omar Sohail
Posted May 13, 2016
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With the release iPhone SE, Apple has made 4-inch smartphones important in a market that has a torrent of phablet phones being sold. To see how far Apple’s iPhone SE has come in terms of performance, the 4-inch powerhouse is pitted against every single iPhone that has been released so far.

iPhone SE Vs Every Other iPhone – Now This Is A Battle Worth Watching

Everything Apple Pro, as the name suggests, carries out the most ridiculous of tests concerning every single Apple product, and we have to say that we were surprised to see the first iPhone in their possession. With so many successors released, it would obviously be difficult to maintain and keep so many phones, but it looks like this video has been made for a reason.

As for the specifications of iPhone SE, the 4-inch powerhouse is every bit as powerful as its larger screen counterparts, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, thanks to its A9 SoC. Additionally, another perk of owning the smartphone is its rear camera sensor, which features a 12MP shooter that is able to capture 4K effortlessly. It also sports a much better battery timing as opposed to iPhone 6s, as you will see when you read the total amount of hours you can rake from each device from the table. This will also depend on the kind of activity you are carrying out.

iPhone SE (3)

Coming to the connectivity side of things, iPhone SE features an 802.11ac wireless adapter, making it three times faster than its predecessor, iPhone 5s. In addition, Apple has also placed a nifty feature called Wi-Fi calling, and for additional flexibility, there is also an NFC chip that will come in handy when using Apple Pay for contactless payments. Touch ID is present in the home button, and there is also a Bluetooth 4.2 module present.

Another feature that the company has incorporated is allowing you to take a selfie with better image quality and reduced noise. How? When taking a selfie, the iPhone’s screen’s becomes three times brighter than its original state, allowing you to snap an accurate image, and not worry about quality loss. In our opinion, this is actually more effective than placing an LED flash, because on numerous occasions, the processed image will end up becoming brighter than what you were originally hoping for.

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Did you enjoy watching the comparison video of iPhone SE against every single iPhone released so far? Let us know your thoughts right away.

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