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Finally, Apple has announced a new iPhone! Fans who have been going through rumors and rumors during the last months are now satisfied with the official unveiling of the iPhone SE that will replace the iPhone 5S. Ever since the event in March where the new phone was announced, people have been comparing the last three versions of the iPhone to see which one is best.


Regarding the design, both iPhone 6 and the 6S have aluminum bodies and a great design. Both have curved elegant edges, a slim look and no sharp edges at all. What the SE brings new are the matte edges. It’s smaller and compact, and the choice for flat edges instead of round is obvious.


The 6 and 6S both have Retina HD and 4.7-inches displays with 1334×750 resolutions and 326 ppi. The new SE has a smaller display (only 4 inches) with a 1336×640 resolution (just like the iPhone 5C). IT has the same ppi, 326, but having a smaller display, this means more sharpness of the image. It doesn’t have 3D Touch, and it’s an issue to try and cram everything into a smaller screen.


The iPhone 6 has a 8 MP rear camera and an f/2.2 aperture. It can record 1080p videos, which is great, and it has a True Tone type of flash. The front camera is only 1.2 MP, but it’s also very useful and clean. The 6S brings more, with a 12 MP rear camera and the same aperture. The type of flash remains the same, but it can record 4K videos. The front one is better, with 5 MP and a Retina Flash. The SE though, keeps the 12 MP from the 6S (and the 4K videos) and the 1.2 MP for the front camera. As such, it has a lower performance when it comes to resolution.

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