As promised, Apple has revealed their new, smaller Apple iPhone SE, which boasts a 4″ display (a sizeable difference from the 4.7″ and 5.5″ displays on the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, respectively). Respect the size, though — it’s as powerful as its predecessors, thanks to its A9 chip and M9 motion processor. In addition, the SE also has:
A 12MP iSight camera (with Focus Pixels and True Tone flash);
Retina flash for its forward-facing camera;
4K video capabilities;
High speed 802.11ac Wi-Fi (as well as Wi-Fi calling);
50% faster LTE; and
Apple Pay and Touch ID.
The phone will touch down 31st March (orders begin 24th March) and will run you £359 for 16GB and £499 for 64GB. That’s not all:
A SMALLER IPAD PRO:
The iPad Pro is getting a reduction as well, from 12.9″ to 9.7″…as with the original, the iPad Pro comes with True Tone display and both Pencil and Smart Keyboard support. As well, the new version also possesses a 12MP iSight camera with 4K recording capabilities, a 5MP FaceTime camera with Retina flash, the A9X chip and M9 processor. The prices for both iPads are as follows:
In general, Apple Watch gets a £50 price drop. At base, the 38mm Sport model is £259, while the 42mm Sport model for £299. Check out the full prices here.
The full keynote is still available to stream over at Apple. Aside from the device upgrades, one highlight did see Tim Cook stand firm on his company’s decision against the Federal Government (read more on that here).