For a “iPhone 14,6,” which is the model identification for the new iPhone SE, Geekbench scores of 1695 for the single core and 4021 for the multiple cores come up. A single-core score of 1672 and a multi-core score of 4481 are available for comparison. Customers will not notice much of a change in the perceived value due to the small margin of error in the ratings.
Reports that the new iPhone SE has 4GB of RAM have been confirmed by Geekbench results.
Up to 1.2x quicker graphics are promised on the new iPhone SE compared to the previous generation iPhone SE. The iPhone SE 2’s video playback capacity has been bumped up to 15 hours, two hours more than Apple had previously claimed. Additionally, the iPhone SE’s A15 Bionic processor drives new features including Photo Styles, HDR 4, and Live Text in iOS 15.
The new iPhone SE has a 4.7-inch screen, a Home button, and Touch ID, but it also has 5G connectivity.
The third-generation iPhone SE will be available for pre-order on March 11 and go on sale on March 18, $30 more than the previous model.