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iPhone SE is Apple's smallest model, squeezing many of the features and capabilities of the iPhone 6s into a smaller, pocket-friendly handset, making it the most powerful 4 inch phone ever. This model... Read more
£348.00 inc VAT
iPhone SE is Apple's smallest model, squeezing many of the features and capabilities of the iPhone 6s into a smaller, pocket-friendly handset, making it the most powerful 4 inch phone ever. This model has 32GB capacity and comes in Apple's Rose Gold.
The 4-inch iPhone SE, similar in shape and size to the 5S, is rocking Apple's 64-bit A9 processor and M9 co-processor, so iPhone SE will breeze through app multitasking and includes 'Hey Siri' functionality. It also features Touch ID, which opens up Apple Pay to the 4 inch handset.
iPhone SE also includes wide LTE support (up to 19 LTE bands and speeds of up to 150 Mbps) meaning you can stay connected with faster 4G LTE, as well as quick WiFi connectivity (3x faster than the iPhone 5s with up to 433 Mbps).
iPhone SE also packs in Apple's top of the range camera. The 12MP iSight camera includes focus pixels and True Tone flash, so it'll capture Live Photos.
Colour: Rose Gold
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