The new 5G iPhone SE is the first version of the iPhone SE to use 4G RAM.
According to the X code 13.3 release candidate lines obtained by Mac Rumors, the new iPhone SE 5G uses 3GB of RAM, an increase in the amount of RAM in the new iPhone SE 5G. In terms of design, it uses the same design as the previous model with Touch ID, but uses the Apple A15 Bionic chipset used in the iPhone 13 series.
It’s the same as the iPhone 13, which has 1GB more RAM than the 2020 version. iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max have up to 6GB. While the latest Android phones have up to 12GB of RAM, 4GB of RAM is plenty for Apple phones.
The new iPhone SE, which will be available for pre-order starting March 11, will be available as a 5G phone and will cost $30 more than last year’s iPhone SE models. $430 will have at least 750,000 Myanmar kyats.
4.7 inch screen; Home button with TouchID; The new iPhone SE has a 12MP camera; Includes better memory and performance. Australia Canada China France Germany India Japan Japan Pre-orders are available in the UK and over 30 other countries.