While many are happy with what Apple has done with the new iPhone SE, there are also some users that questions these moves. But despite the conflicting views of Apple customers, one thing is for sure the newer and smaller iPhone SE could match the performance of the bigger iPhone 6s devices.
Well, benchmark results are in and the values says it all with what Apple claims. The iPhone SE though it comes in a similar chassis as the iPhone 5s, inside is a different story as it’s composed with almost entirely of iPhone 6s internals, and the results just spoke for itself.
Notably, the iPhone SE comes with the same A9 chipset as with the iPhone 6s but with a little tone-down and with the same 2 GB of RAM onboard evidently reflected on the score board. One probable contributing factor of iPhone SE’s performance score would be the smaller and lower resolution display which allow its processor to work less for that matter.
Just as these results were compared and as promised by Apple, after it’s pre-order launched last week, shipment for both the new iPhone SE and the iPad Pro 9.7 variant are now commencing with both devices available in Apple Store shelves in the next few days.
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