“Switch it on, and it becomes apparent this is a ‘retro’ iPhone in looks only,” Prigg writes. “Although we’ve only been using the phone for a few days, one thing is clear – it’s blazingly fast.”
“It’s incredibly well built and feels solid – and also easy to pick up and keep hold of,” Prigg writes. “The smaller screen is saved by its sharpness – I found reading books on the subway was far easier than I thought, although I will admit to pining slightly for my iPhone 6s Plus on occasion.”
“Overall, the iPhone SE is a fascinating product, and one destined to do incredibly well – in certain markets,” Prigg writes. “It really hits a sweetspot in the Apple lineup of people who perhaps don’t want, or can’t afford a flagship handset – or are looking for a second backup phone.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Another good review for Apple’s diminutive powerhouse, iPhone SE.
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