22 April 2020
The most-anticipated iPhone of this year – iPhone SE (2020) has gone official and now that the new “budget” iPhone is official, it is time to say goodbye to the iPhone from where the new iPhone has taken some design cues. We are talking about iPhone 8 which Apple has now killed and it is no more selling it. Together with the iPhone 8, Apple has stopped selling the iPhone 8 Plus as well.
But, Apple is reportedly still allowing some of its retail partners to continue stocking iPhone 8 Plus. However, it is unclear for how long or it may continue until the stock lasts.
Apple iPhone SE (2020) is basically the iPhone 8 but includes the latest A13 chipset and better camera software. It appears to be a good iPhone at a price lower than the iPhone 8 but a few things can’t be neglected. The design is disappointing, especially when we are in 2020. The combination of the latest processor and software support is the real deal here and the only deciding factor if you happen to fall for this iPhone.
Compared to the Snapdragon 865 flagship processor which is found in almost all the latest high-end Android phones, the Apple A13 Bionic can do several things better and smoother. Clearly, thanks to the A13 chip, iPhone SE has the potential to give a tough competition to the latest phones in the market.
So, it is better to bid adieu to the iPhone which may no longer serve the purpose, especially when a better contender is just here.