The iPhone SE joins a strong line of Apple products sharing its trademark form factor. Like the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S that came before it, the iPhone SE is a compact 4-point- something inches, meaning you can comfortably, confidently use it one-handed.
And it’s no surprise that Apple’s iPhone SE didn’t fall far from the tree— the iPhone 5 and 5S were said to be “the golden child of Apple phone design and a benchmark for phones in general”. Big shoes to fill, but if you read any reviews on the iPhone SE, it seems like this phone is really living up to expectations.
The SE was meant to serve as a replacement for the iPhone 5S in Apple’s product line. Like the iPhone 5S, the SE comes in at a lower price point. But unlike the 5S, the iPhone SE offers an updated processor, rear camera, and other features from the high-end iPhone 6S. The result? An affordable, highly capable device that’s available in a small package.