iPhone SE 2020 vs iPhone SE 2016 Speed Test!

iPhone SE 2020 vs iPhone SE 2016 Speed Test! – Hello all and welcome to this speed test between the all new Apple iPhone SE and the 2016 iPhone SE. The intentions of this video is to show you the performance gains that you will get if you decide to upgrade to the new iPhone SE. The iPhone SE second generation features a 4.7″ display, Apple A13 bionic chip with 3GB of ram. The iPhone SE features a 4.0″ display, Apple A9 chip with 2GB of ram.
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47 Replies to “iPhone SE 2020 vs iPhone SE 2016 Speed Test!”

  1. Jeph629

    '16 is across-the-board superior in design, ergonomics and convenience. Speed differences, demonstrated here, are necessarily irrelevant. The purchase of a 2020 is not an "upgrade" it is a "downgrade" to a unnecessarily larger, bulkier Apple-profit-generating device.

  2. Jae Lee

    bought SE 2016 few weeks back and I cant believe how usable phone it is. I have iPhone 11 pro and samsung with snapdragon 855+, and I can use the SE without missing my main phones. highly recommend

  3. Marc C

    Frankly…. just looking at regular use (don’t play games)… the difference is pretty much even and the supposed “quicker” times are not really clear…. so would not change to the 2020 model … just me ?!!! Plus it has lost the headphone jack

  4. Fruit King

    Obviously I prefer the 2020 version but considering you can pick up a used 2016 version in great condition for between £50-£80 the old phone wins as it’s an absolute bargain

  5. Mark Z

    The iPhone 5/5S/SE 1 were (in my opinion) the sweet spot of phone design and size now that a few years have gone by with larger phone designs. Now sizes still keep getting larger seemingly every year, even in 2021, from Samsung to Sony, and Apple is caught in the trap too!

    Sure, produce what the people want!! I understand that. Apple wants to make money!! Yet, something is unhealthy about modern smartphone sizing. I am the first one to dmit that new technology is what fuels the future and to embrace it wholeheartedly, with speed increases, etc. Yet, I am not so sure I agree on the sizing. Not due to latest tech, but the overall dimensions…it’s a bit much.

    Not too much bothers me about modern tech, except maybe drones and their privacy issue, microphones everywhere to eavesdrop such as those annoying smart speakers. Blast it!! Haha. But, like I said, I still want people to make new stuff, it’s only some tech is starting to go too far and we have to trust the companies that makes these products with microphones that they aren’t always listening. It’s creepy!!

    Perhaps we will look back in this and laugh in a couple decades and think “we carried around phones that big haha!” Who knows really…I’m just having fun here speculating.

    I love playing around with large screened phones, but their lack of mobility is a turn off. iPhone 12 mini surprised me with its dimensions, so maybe Apple can take that design, or the design of the SE 1 or 2 and make it even smaller. Hmmm I don’t know haha.

    Thanks for the video!!

  6. Clarissa Giles

    I just ?? on my original iPhone SE. I’ve enjoyed it and it’s done what I need it to do…
    Upgrades to iOS 14.1 and all! But I’ve outgrown my screen ?
    I’m considering whether or not to get the 2nd gen SE or iPhone 12/mini. Great review ? it was helpful

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