The iPhone SE - essentially the guts of an iPhone 6s in the body of an iPhone 5 - was just what the tech doctor ordered when it was released in 2016. It had the same square-ish design as the 5 and 5s models, with a 4-inch screen and a case in either space grey, silver, gold, or the new rose gold, but inside it was something else.
Like the full flagship iPhone that came out a few months previous, the SE came equipped with an Apple A9 chipset, 2GB of RAM, and a 12MP camera on the back. Plus, the addition of NFC and the fingerprint sensor meant it was among the first iPhones to have Apple Pay. A few corners had to be cut to keep the price down, though - like the low screen resolution, iffy selfie cam, and less than perfect build quality.
How to sell your iPhone SE 64GB
Ready to sell your old iPhone SE 64GB and upgrade to something brand new? Here’s how to find the best offer from a mobile recycler. Use the tool on this page to compare your options, and pick an offer that looks good - then just click through to enter your details and get a postage pack. Once the recycler receives your iPhone, they’ll send you your cash. Easy.
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