Speed Comparison: iPhone SE Vs 12 iPhone Models Ever Made Till Now [Video]

Speed performance tests. Just how fast the iPhone SE is when it is compared with every iPhone model ever made is a ‘?’. Comparison video embedded below comes courtesy of EverythingApplePro, gives us a good understanding about that. However, we just can’t seem to get enough of speed tests, and it turns out that neither can you.

Every time a new iPhone or new version of iOS lands, we get speed test countdown of this nature which utterly gives us a good indication on what to expect from the smartphone in terms of performance, isn’t it? In that case you were wondering, that’s a lot of testing for anyone to carry out mainly because Apple hasn’t been shy with its iPhone release schedule. All in all, 13 iPhones were tested including the newly available to purchase iPhone SE, released in order to demonstrate not just how faster the iPhone SE is when collated with the iPhone 5s and 5c it effectively replaced, but also how well it compares with the latest and greatest handset to come out of Apple’s Cupertino headquarters. Here’s even a brief segment on running temperatures for all phones.


There’s the results, as you might have imagined, given recent comparisons and benchmark scores, iPhone SE shows up its quite the miniature powerhouse when differentiated to other twelve devices that came before its release. Thanks to the iPhone 6s internals, but it’s also amazing to see just what the newer 4-inch handsets are capable of when they are set beside an original iPhone from 2007. Fortunately, it’s no surprise that these things are faster enough than kit that’s almost ten years old, but it’s not every day run-time you see them running side-by-side!

Prefer to choose a smaller form factor but also want something a little more current, then going for iPhone SE certainly not a worse thing to go by. If and if you do think that something a little larger may be in order, though, there’s always the iPhone 7 that’s just a few short months away to grab.

Now, you know, it’s all in the screen size.

(Source: EverythingApplePro [YouTube])

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