O multitudine de publicatii americane au publicat astazi review-uri pentru iPhone SE, noul smartphone cu ecran de 4 inch al Apple fiind lansat in cursul acestei zile pentru precomanda in cateva tari de pe glob, asa ca multa lume era dornica sa afle ce a comandat.
V-am spus acum cateva ore ca iPhone SE are autonomie mai buna ca iPhone 6S, iar tot asta spun la unison si primele review-uri aparute pentru noul smartphone, compania Apple reusind in 2016 sa aduca pe piata un telefon mobil de care foarte multi sa fie intr-adevar multumiti.
Separat de performante si autonomie, camera de 12 megapixeli este deasemenea laudata, insa nu vorbim despre vreo componenta noua, ci despre utilizarea celei existente in iPhone 6S, asa ca nici din acest punct de vedere iPhone SE nu vine cu ceva nou.
The same exemplary precision found on the high-end iPhones is also found on the iPhone SE. At last, you don’t have to feel that you’re settling just to get a phone that’s easier to handle. Handling the iPhone SE is a lovely affair, particularly if you’re coming from the iPhone 6S Plus. It’s dainty – cute, even – and although, obviously, it feels exactly as if you’re handling the iPhone 5S, there’s something extra novel about it now. It’s no longer the norm; the 4-inch form factor is now the exception.
Mostly, I’d guess, it will appeal to people who currently have a four-inch display phone. Going back to it from the iPhone 6s Plus with its 5.5-inch screen, took some doing – why, the entire dear little iPhone SE fits within the 6s Plus screen. Using the keyboard on the SE was a learning curve after the expansiveness of the 6s Plus.
The front FaceTime camera is still the same sensor as iPhone 5s but benefits from the new ISP and from a Retina Flash. I’m not sure why it didn’t get a bump to an iPhone 6s-level 5 megapixels, because selfies really are a thing and really do need the better camera.
The standout news is battery life. Unlike many other recent Apple products, the iPhone SE’s is a significant improvement over its predecessors’. In my lab stress test, which cycles through websites with uniform screen brightness, the SE lasted 10 hours–more than two hours longer than both the iPhone 6s and iPhone 5s, and nearly three hours longer than the Galaxy S7. […]The iPhone SE is a win for ergonomic choice, but Apple doesn’t score any points for originality. The new phone is nearly indistinguishable from the three-year-old iPhone 5s, which is a hair thicker and less pleasantly rounded than Apple’s more recent designs. (The SE even fits in most existing 5s cases.)
It’s powered by the A9, the same chip found in the iPhone 6s, and Apple says the iPhone SE has 2x faster CPU and 3x faster GPU performance compared to the older iPhone 5s – and this is something you notice right away, with a far snappier feel the the handset even when its not playing games.
The best thing about the iPhone SE might just be its price. Selling for just $399 for a 16GB version and $499 for a 64GB version, this is a tremendously competitive phone. Most $400 phones are not going to give you the latest-generation processor and camera technologies. I really can’t underscore how well I think this product will do, simply based on its price. Consider that the iPhone 6S starts at $649 for a 16GB version. Yes, it has more features — including 3D Touch, a better front-facing camera and a larger display — but the price point Apple has set will be very compelling.