Apple announced the iPhone SE 3 earlier in March. The iPhone SE 3 was a spec-bump from the last generation. The second-generation SE came with the same design as iPhone 8. But, still managed to be successful courtesy of the A13 chip and the cheap price tag. The price to performance ratio was so good with the 2020 iPhone SE.
iPhone SE 3 Price
The iPhone SE 2020 was launched in Pakistan for Rs. 92000 for the base variant initially. However, it began selling at Rs. 64000 after 6 months of launch. Now, the iPhone SE third-gen has been launched in Pakistan. We weren’t expecting a great price but something reasonable would have been satisfactory. However, the price has certainly exceeded expectations. The 64GB variant will cost you Rs. 139,400 and the 128GB variant is priced at Rs. 147,800.
Common Thoughts About iPhone SE 3
The third-gen SE has the same design as the last one. Same bezels on the front, Touch ID in the home button, single camera at the back, and 4.7″ LCD. However, the changes took place internally. A15 Bionic SoC is the main selling point of the budget iPhone. 5G is the second biggest upgrade. Moreover, Apple has included an upgraded camera system in the new iPhone SE. Furthermore, the iPhone SE Gen-3 has a ceramic shield on both the front and back. The device is also IP67 certified like its predecessor. In addition, Apple claims to have improved the battery life significantly. The new iPhone SE is available in Starlight, Midnight, and, Product Red color options.
YouTube reviews have not been encouraging either. Most of the reviewers have been disappointed. Mainly because of minor upgrades. The A13 Bionic of the SE 2 is still a lot of power for the target consumer of the SE 3. Many people were expecting an updated design. The need for Touch ID is gone as you can unlock your Face ID with a mask now as well. All these negative reviews have tarnished the image of the iPhone SE 2022. However, as reported before, the SE lineup will get a design update next year. Let us know your thoughts on the iPhone SE 3 price in Pakistan.