For everyone who doesn't like paying near $800 - $1000 for an iPhone or anyone who just loves small iPhones with Touch ID, the iPhone SE 3 is here to make you happy.
Just like the previous iPhone Se before it, it features the same old design you know and love (or hate), but this time Apple's newest A-series chip is powering the device. The A15 Bionic is the exact same chip powering the current iPhone 13 lineup, so you know the iPhone SE has the brains and brawn to power through all your iPhone tasks with ease.
It also included 5G compatibility, but only for Sub-6 and not mmWave, meaning it can't take advantage of the best 5G networks but will still be faster than 4G LTE connections.
I don't want to spoil too much about the iPhone SE 3, as our very own Christine will be having a review on the device going up sometime this week. So stay tuned to iMore to see if she thinks the new SE is worth the new $429 price tag.