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.
Of course, the iPhone SE has to power a much smaller screen; however, the extra battery life will surely be appreciated by customers.
Apple launched pre-orders for the iPhone SE this morning. It will be released on March 31st.
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