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The iPhone SE family treeThe iPhone SE is released on March 31, but the 4-inch phone isn't entirely new. Here's what it borrows from all the other iPhones in the family.
[MUSIC] What happens when an iPhone and an iPhone love each other very much? You get the iPhone SE. The four inch phone has a little bit of everything we've seen before. You might say it runs in the family. The SE gets it looks from the father side, the iPhone 5S. They shared the same a raw body shape, size, screen resolution and touch ID. However, the SE gets its eyes from the mother's side of the family, the iPhone 6s. Around the back, there's a 12 megapixel camera with true tone flash and 4K video recording. Inside, things look similar too. It has the same 64-bit A9 chip with M9 motion Processor. As for graphics performance, that's identical too. One feature that doesn't run in the family is 3D touch. The pressure sensitive display is nowhere to be found on the SA. And it inherits Apple Pay from it's uncle the iPhone 6. There are only two capacities on the SE, 16 gigabytes and 64 gigabytes. So remember, 4K recording won't be fun if you buy the base model. After about 30 minutes you'll be out of space. As for battery life? Well according to Apple's numbers, the SE supposedly beats them all when it comes to video watching and web browsing. With the iPhone SE, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. [MUSIC]