Apple's recently released iPhone SE isn't very different from its 2020-released predecessor. The new instalment does feature some differences, including an iPhone 13-like glass back and Apple's A15 Bionic chipset, setting it apart from its predecessor.
While we do know, according to Apple, that the 2022 iPhone SE has a bigger battery, up until now we didn't know the specifics. Now, courtesy of PBKreviews, we know that the new iPhone SE has a 2,018 mAh battery, 10.81 percent bigger than the 2020 iPhone SE's 1,821 mAh battery.
Apple’s website says that the 2022 SE offers up to two hours more video playback than the 2020-released iPhone SE.
Apart from the battery, PBKreviews' video dives deep into the iPhone SE (2022) internals and its repairability, giving it a 5.5/10 repairability score, owing mainly to the inability to interchange parts between the 2020 and 2022 devices.
iFixit should be out with its teardown of the new device in a couple of days, and we'll likely see a few more differences between the two generations of devices.
Learn more about how the new iPhone SE compares to its 2020-released predecessor here.
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