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The new iPhone SE Will Have 4GB of RAM

While Apple has launched the new generation of iPhone SE, the company (as usual) did not reveal its RAM configuration. Besides enhancements like 5G support and a more powerful A15 Bionic chip, the device also has increased memory.

Thanks to MacRumors, we got to know that the new iPhone SE now packs 4GB of RAM, which is bigger than the previous generation model. This information is sourced from strings within the Xcode 13.3 Release Candidate that was released by Apple following the launch event. With the increased memory, the phone's performance should be improved with more apps being able to run in the background.


The iPhone SE 3 has the same A15 Bionic processor as the iPhone 13 series, a 4.7" Retina display and a Home button with Touch ID, a 12MP single rear camera, as well as 5G connectivity support.


Pre-order for the device will begin on 18 March with a starting price of RM2,099.


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