Thursday, March 24, 2016

iPhone SE Review: Smaller Gets Smarter With Better Battery Life to Boot - WSJ

For another perspective, see Mossberg: the iPhone 7 had better be spectacular (The Verge)

"On most important functions, the iPhone SE doesn’t disappoint. Its A9 processor, exactly the same one that’s in the iPhone 6s, zips through apps and the most graphically challenging mobile games. (By a test called GeekBench, it’s about 70% faster than the 5s.)

The 12-megapixel rear camera is capable of Apple’s Live Photos video trick, and performs admirably in most settings—though, like the iPhone 6s, it’s now bested in low-light shooting by Samsung’s new Galaxy S7. The iPhone SE even includes Apple Pay, so you can leave your wallet at home at least some of the time.

The standout news is battery life. Unlike many other recent Apple products, the iPhone SE’s is a significant improvement over its predecessors’."
iPhone SE Review: Smaller Gets Smarter With Better Battery Life to Boot - WSJ
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