Apple’s new iPhone SE Hidden Features That We love


Aimed at emerging markets like India and for users who are not really comfortable with large sized phones.
Apple announces new iPhone SE the Most Powerful Phone with a 4-inch display.

To create it, we started with a beloved design, then reinvented it from the inside out. The result is an iPhone that looks small,but lives large.

Here are some features of the newly launched 4-inch iPhone SE.


iPhone SE Design


The smartphone’s design aesthetics are infact very identical to the iPhone 5S. The power button sits on the top, volume rockers can be found on the left edge and the headphone jack sits at the bottom. It has all the attributes of a perfect phone designed for one-handed use – something rather hard to find given the recent boom of plus sized devices.


Long-term iOS Support


While iPhone SE comes preloaded with iOS 9.3, Apple is likely to give the smartphone at least three more iOS updates (or maybe even four, considering even iPhone 4S received the iOS 9 update). This puts it at par with iPhone 6S in terms of OS updates and ahead of iPhone 6 and 5S.


12MP rear camera


Apple has used a 12MP iSight camera with dual-LED, two-tone flash on the back. The primary camera has top features like Focus Pixel autofocus, Auto HDR image capture, 4K video recording, and time lapse and slow-motion videos. It can also stitch together multiple images to create a panorama photo of 63MP resolution and capture 8MP photos while recording 4K videos.


Apple Pay


 iPhone SE comes with an NFC chip in order to support Apple Pay, the company’s digital payments platform. Apple Pay lets users make payments on point-of-sale terminals in retail stores with just a tap. The service is available only in the US, the UK, China, Australia and Canada so far.
A9 processor


iPhone SE a powerful smartphone is its A9 chipset, which is the same piece of silicon that powers iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. The chipset contains a 1.8GHz dual-core processor and is coupled with 2GB of RAM for smooth all-round performance.


Retina display


Despite the small screen size, Apple hasn’t compromised on the display quality on the iPhone SE. The smartphone still retains the company’s proprietory Retina display technology boasting a resolution of 1136×640 pixels which amounts to an impressive pixel density of 326ppi.


Live Photos


 iPhone SE supports also Apple’s Live Photos, a feature introduced with the company’s last year flagship line-up that allows users to turn short video clips of photos they click. The feature records videos 1.5-seconds before and after a photo is clicked using an iPhone SE, 6S and 6S Plus.
Health App


The inclusion of a Health app on the iPhone SE lets you keep track of your daily activity levels. Users will be able to track distance covered, count steps and more with the smartphone to get vital health statistics.


Hey Siri


The smartphone also gets support for Apple’s personal digital assistant Siri, that lets you interact with the phone without pressing any button. Want to make phone calls, schedule a meeting or book a room at your favourite holiday destination, Siri will be at your service.


Rose Gold colour option


Apart from iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, iPhone SE is the only other Apple smartphone to feature the new rose gold colour option that the company debuted last year. Not only does it add a new hue to the lineup, it is also a great way for buyers to distinguish their new purchase from iPhone 5 & 5S, which look nearly identical to the new iPhone SE.