Apple just presented the third-generation iPhone SE, and it has a few decent enhancements, including support for sub-6GHz 5G and an A15 processor. However, Apple is likewise asserting it has a longer battery duration.
It appears to be that is to some degree because the phone has a truly bigger battery. The reality about the new iPhone SE is that the organization affirmed on the foundation in a gathering preparation with journalists.
Apple hasn’t shared the battery limit, so we’ll need to sit tight for teardowns to see precisely how much squeeze it has. Yet, looking at the new SE’s tech specs page with the former one, Apple is promising a few fair upgrades.
For the third-age SE, Apple promises as long as 15 hours of video playback, as long as 10 hours of real-time video playback, and 50 hours of sound playback. The old iPhone SE, then again, got as long as 13 hours of video playback, as long as eight hours of real-time video playback, and as long as 40 hours of sound playback.
Apple likewise saw significant battery gains by placing more excellent batteries in the iPhone 13 setup, so it’s not over-the-top amazement to see the organization rehash that choice with the new SE. Be that as it may, you’ll, in any case, improve battery duration from getting one of the iPhone 13 models.
The Mini, which has the most vulnerable battery of the pack, gets as long as 17 hours of video playback, 13 hours of real-time video playback, and 55 hours of sound playback. For the most part, those are higher than the third-age SE, even though the SE has a similar chip.
What’s more, Apple decided to keep similar precise aspects from the second-gen iPhone SE to the third. Assuming that it had chosen to make the phone even somewhat thicker, it could have had the option to develop the battery further.