Apple recently announced the third generation iPhone SE. At the time of launch, the company did not say the RAM capacity it provided.
Apple just officially launched several new devices at the launch event titled “Peek Performance”, where the iPhone SE was one of the devices they launched. As previously leaked, this device comes with better specifications and features compared to its predecessor.
iPhone SE 2022 launched with the company’s latest SoC, the A15 Bionic. This SoC is the SoC used by Apple in the iPhone 13 device, which is the fastest SoC on the market today.
However, as reported by Gizmochina (10/3), the new Apple iPhone SE also comes with 4GB RAM, which is bigger than the iPhone SE 2022 which has 3GB RAM. This is confirmed by MacRumors with information sourced from the suite in Xcode 13.3 Release Candidate that Apple released after the launch event.
With the increase in memory on the device, there should be a noticeable performance increase. More apps, as well as web pages in Safari, can now stay active in the background. In addition, some tasks such as photo and video editing can also take advantage of this more spacious RAM.
As for the screen, the iPhone SE 2022 continues to use the 4.7-inch screen and continues to use the Home button with Touch ID, similar to its predecessor. Instead, users will also get 5G connectivity support and have a 12 MP resolution camera with several new features.
The new device from Apple will be available for pre-order starting March 11 in the United States, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, United Kingdom, and more than 30 other countries and regions. Sales of the device will start on March 18th.