Released as a budget companion to the main flagship in 2016, the iPhone SE looked like an iPhone 5 but ran more like an iPhone 6s. Though it had the basic design of the 5, 5s, and 5c - chunky build, four-inch screen, square edges - the SE’s specs and hardware had some major upgrades.
It was among the first set of iPhones to have Apple Pay enabled, for instance, and it was powered by the Apple A9 chip - the latest processor at the time. The rear camera, too, was more on par with the 6s range, with a 12MP lens and phase detection autofocus. Looks-wise, though, it was dinky - it just had a four-inch screen, remember - and came in either space grey, silver, gold, or rose gold.
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