US technology company Apple has announced the long-awaited deadline for the launch of the Apple cheapest iPhone SE3 in its history.
The company is hosting its first event of the year on March 8, according to a statement from Apple.
The event will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park Campus, California, USA.
Apple users around the world are eagerly awaiting the event, as rumors circulate that the company may offer the cheapest iPhone ever.
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According to reports, the March 8 event will see the launch of the cheapest iPhone as well as the next generation iPad Air.
At the event, American technology giant Apple is going to present the cheapest model called ‘SE3’. Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation.
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Regarding the iPhone, a report published on the Let’s Go Digital website states that the design of this third generation iPhone SE3 model will be similar to that of the iPhone 8, which will feature the A15 chip used in the iPhone 13. Which comes with 5G.
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The phone will likely come with a 4.7-inch screen with 4GB RAM, 128 and 256GB storage.
The back of the phone comes with a 1220 megapixel single unit camera with 1820 mAh battery that will support 15 watt charging.
As far as the battery is concerned, it is definitely necessary to have a powerful battery with 5G technology which consumes more power. It is safe to say how much backup this battery provides now.
The current price of the iPhone SE model is currently 39 399 to 99 499. According to Lex, the iPhone SE3 will go on sale with a price tag of 300 300.
This price makes this phone equipped with 5G technology stand out among its contemporaries.
If the information displayed in the Lex is correct, then the new iPhone SC will be disappointing for those users who want to use the modern full screen design.
Because this new model will have a thick bezel with a relatively small screen and a button-based fingerprint reader.