Willya, 21 Apr 2020That A13 chip will actually make it last longer, it’s very power efficient chip. And yes lo... moreIt's not about the chip being battery efficient, it's about degradation. Li-Ion batteries just like all batteries degrade over time. It's battery chemistry, it's how they work. 1821 mAh will be good for a solid year and then you'll start to see battery issues. I had the iPhone 6 which had a similar battery and I remember after a year of use I started to experience issues with the battery. The point of a bigger battery is for future-proofing the device for the inventible battery degradation that will occur over the lifetime of the device. I do think a 2500 mAh battery would have been a better solution, it gives you that leeway for battery degradation.
Costs as much as it did 10 years ago, when they came up with this design.
...come on young pelicans, swallow it!
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2020It is not a small phone. Size is same as anyothet 6 inch phoneIt is very small, light and compact compared to anything else in the market. I have 11 pro which is compact device in today standards, i also have old iPhone 6s and it’s very different phone, actually when i tried it now kind a felt that i want to go back to that, but this SE just isn’t for me.
Just Some Time, 21 Apr 2020so nobody is going to complain that 1821mAh battery in 2020 ?
with a A13 chip?That A13 chip will actually make it last longer, it’s very power efficient chip.
And yes lot of people complain it, just like they complained iPhone 11 and 11 pro max battery and what happened then? Max is currently battery champ in the market.
There are tons of websites saying that "Apple says the LCD screen supports HDR 10 and Dolby Vision". Any truth to this?
so nobody is going to complain that 1821mAh battery in 2020 ?
with a A13 chip?
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2020It is not a small phone. Size is same as anyothet 6 inch phonepls name on
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2020It is not a small phone. Size is same as anyothet 6 inch phoneIt's 148g dude try to compare that with the 220g of the S20 ultra (ultra heavy that is). most of those tablets so called "phones" are above 200g now and are plain bulky and fit poorly in most of people's pockets, why do you think smaller foldable phones are coming out? Many people are sick of carrying those android bricks.
Anonymous, 20 Apr 2020Still so lame! What is the point of A13 in 4.7 inch tiny screen smartphone? The power efficiency of the A13 will make a smaller battery last longer while keeping the device small and light while fast, small and light is badly needed by those who never intended to have bulky and heavy gaming tablets as their phones.
math not even once, 20 Apr 20201821 mAh- small resolution and small screen size + power efficient 7nm processor + optimized O... moreThat's not how battery chemistry works my friend. The battery is still 1821 mAh, but the benefits of a lower clocked A13 chip (I assume) and the fact it's more power efficient will help this phone's daily battery life. However batteries degrade over time it's just how they work. So you'll only get like a soild year out of this phone before you start seeing battery issues. It's just how batteries work, they degrade. It would of been better had Apple hedged their bets to get perhaps 2 years out of this thing with a 2500 mAh battery.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2020S8 is way to big , and how they can make it smaller without removing the home button . Home bu... moreThere is already a great compact alternative to the S8. It's called the S10e. The greatest small (only?) smartphone in the Android world. If only the new SE were equally accomplished in terms of design...
bazooka, 20 Apr 20201821 mah battery!? TFU!!!!!!1821 mAh- small resolution and small screen size + power efficient 7nm processor + optimized OS for it = 3600 mAh- high resolution and big screen size + power hungry 14(22)nm processor + non-optimezed OS
You can never make an apple product perfect... I dont know how but they managed to get the first se quite good... I really liked the 5s design... I had high hopes for this... But im very very disappointed....
I am seriously amazed at all the comments saying “the screen is too small”, “the battery capacity is too low” and “it’s an old design”.
What were you expecting? The whole point of the iPhone SE is to have an existing design with the internals of the newer iPhones. For half a year, all the rumors were pointing in the direction of the 4,7” iPhone 8 design with upgraded camera, processor and RAM.
The point of this thing is to have 2020 performance in an older design. It’s for people who don’t care for a 6” oled screen, bezel-less design, face recognition, 3 different camera’s or a €1000+ price tag. It’s for people who want a compact, classic design, one camera that takes quality pictures, a more affordable price tag and 2020 performance will last for another 4-5 years. Al lot of these comments give me the impression that people were expecting an iPhone 11 Pro for €500... Or, people who are massive fanboys of other brands and need to comment negatively to feel better about themselves...
Please test the battery
3g talk time and full charge time very emportent to me
Anonymous, 20 Apr 2020Still so lame! What is the point of A13 in 4.7 inch tiny screen smartphone? What's the screen size got to do with CPU power? An iPhone 11 is tiny as well compared to my laptop. All smartphone CPU power goes pretty much wasted anyway.
Only buying because of IOS for the next 5+ years. About $80 a year. I had my mini Ipad since Dec 2012 and it's still working and I did not buy any apps or add on. I use my Samsung S2 for music, radio, sms and phone calls as it's still running and screen is good.