IPhone SE: Similar to the shape of the iPhone 8, but with the iPhone 11 

IPhone SE: Similar to the shape of the iPhone 8, but with the iPhone 11 

IPhone SE: Similar to the shape of the iPhone 8, but with the iPhone 11 


In shape, this phone is similar to the iPhone 8, but the technology in it is similar to Apple's latest iPhone 11


The world-famous technology company Apple introduced a new iPhone.


This phone was named iPhone SE, and for the first time since 2018, Apple launched the iPhone SE series.


The phone is similar in shape to the iPhone 8 introduced in 2017 and will come in three colors: red, white and black.


The new 4.7-inch display has fingerprint recognition technology, but no face recognition.


Although the shape of the phone is similar to the iPhone 8, the technology is similar to Apple’s latest iPhone 11. It uses the same processor as the iPhone 11 Pro.

The new phone is also significantly cheaper than the iPhone 11 and will be available in the US from April 24th for 39,399.


Experts say that by introducing a new affordable phone, Apple could compete with mid-range phones from companies like Samsung and Google that are popular with most of the buyers in the cellphone market.


According to Dean Ivor of Wade Bush Securities, it’s because “when you buy an iPhone, you’re back to the customer.”

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Code-19 has reduced the demand for cell phones around the world, but companies continue to develop new models. This week, OnePlus unveiled its new models, while Huawei unveiled its popular P40 range of phones last month.


In February, Apple warned that the lockdown in China could affect the production and sales of Apple products. Corona has also closed Apple stores in many parts of the world. ۔


However, experts estimate that Apple’s new phone could sell two to two and a half million units in the next six to nine months.


The new iPhone SE also includes wireless charging, a 12-megapixel camera and a 7-megapixel selfie camera.


Mobile phone market analyst Carolina Melanie says Apple’s second-hand market is also huge, and many people buy a used iPhone because they can’t afford it. a new. The new phone can attract them too.


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