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Sorry, But Your iPhone 5 Just Became Obsolete

Sometime in the flurry of news surrounding the new iPad Pro and the new MacBook Air, Apple quietly added the iPhone 5 to its list of “vintage and obsolete products” in the United States. There it sits, alongside the Apple III, the Newton MessagePad, and the first four generations of iPhone, as a thing that Apple officially no longer repairs or updates. The iPhone 5 is effectively dead in America, and the rest of Apple’s small-hands phones aren’t far behind. Read More >>

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So What’s the Next iPhone Going To Be Called?

Your brand new iPhone X ain’t that brand new anymore, and as it passes the six-month marker of its existence, one has to wonder “What’s next?” No doubt a new fleet of iPhones from Apple, but even that presumption presents yet another question posed by philosophers across the internet: “What’s the next iPhone gonna be called?” What, indeed, you great thinker. Read More >>

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It Looks Like Apple May Be Making a Bunch of Cheap New iPhones

Big news for lovers of the iPhone SE, a franken-gadget made of old Apple parts and billed as a more affordable iOS device: It appears that the budget iPhone lineup is finally going to get its first refresh two years after the original model hit the market. The announcement could come as early as WWDC in June. In fact, Apple might be announcing several new iPhones. Read More >>

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When it Comes to Gaming, the iPhone Will Always Stomp the Competition

OK. The great spring phone glut is over. The big manufacturers have revealed their flagship devices. Apple even joined in with a cheaper alternative to its flagship iPhone. I’ve spent the last few months benchmarking a lot of phones, and something has become exceedingly clear: all the CPU and GPU benchmarks in the world can’t compare to real world performance when it comes to mobile gaming. And in the real world Apple stomps its Android competitors. Read More >>

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The Best iPhone SE Accessories

It's been just over a week since Apple released the iPhone SE, a device to appease to the iPhone-loving crowd who don't want a giant phone. The phone itself is... Fine. Nothing innovative and new, but that's alright. Those of you who went out to buy one, or plan on doing so in the near future, probably want to kit out your new device with some extra bits and pieces. Here's a selection of some of the best ones out there. Read More >>

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iPhone SE Review: Apple is Out of Ideas

As a tiny-fisted, lady pockets-rocking iPhone 6 user, I have been very excited about the iPhone SE. I’m not the only one. As soon as people hear I have it, they implore me to whip it out. We hold our phones together like boys in the locker room and compare sizes. “It’s so tiny,” they exclaim, even when they have an iPhone 5 or 5S. Read More >>

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The Best UK iPhone SE Deals

Apple’s newest smartphone hit the market today, causing the latest wave of take-my-money iPhone fever. The iPhone SE, which is essentially an iPhone 6S in the body of an iPhone 5S, features a 4-inch, 1,136 x 640 display, 2GB of RAM, an A9 processor and M9 co-processor and a 12-megapixel rear camera. Read More >>

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iPhone SE Teardown: All of Apple’s Old iPhones Stuck Together

The iPhone SE is not a new phone, so it should come as no surprise to see that it’s made with old components. Chipworks has torn one of the shiny old phones apart on the eve of its launch, and what’s inside is rather familiar. Read More >>

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You Can Pre-Order Apple’s New Old iPhone Right Now

Earlier this week, Apple revealed that it had put new guts inside an old body, and finally made a suitable phone for people with tiny baby hands. If that includes you, time to use those adorable little fingers to click over to Apple’s site and place a pre-order. Read More >>

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Five Things to Know About Apple’s March Event

If you were anywhere near the internet last night, you most likely saw some of the digital commotion wrought by what is essentially a live-reading of a press release. Read More >>

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The SE in iPhone SE Stands For Special Edition, Says Phil Schiller

Since yesterday’s Apple event, your thoughts have probably been consumed by a single, nagging concern: What the hell does SE stand for anyway? Read More >>

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We Know How Much RAM the iPhone SE Uses

Those cheeky so-and-sos over at Apple left a couple of key details out of the iPhone SE launch yesterday, one of which was how much RAM the handset runs on. However, an even cheekier chappy claims to have already put the SE through its paces, with AnTuTu apparently declaring that it uses 2GB of the stuff. Read More >>

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iPhone SE vs iPhone 6S vs iPhone 5S: The Gizmodo UK Spec Comparison

These are the days we live for. Apple has just outed its latest wares, and the iPhone SE is the product trapped inside the thought bubble hanging over everyone's tiny heads. With one foot in 2013, and another in the present day, it's essentially an iPhone 6S in the body of an iPhone 5S. I could stop there, but I don't think Gerald would be best pleased. Here's how Apple-branded trio stack up against each other. Read More >>

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My Tiny Baby Hands Need the iPhone SE

September 19, 2014 was a dark day. It was a little rainy, my mother was in town and stealing my weekend, and a whole lot of iPhone 6 and 6 Pluses were coming into the office for benchmarking and review. The one bright spot was that my own iPhone would be arriving that same day, and finally replacing the water-logged iPhone 5 I’d been using for months. I ripped off the plastic wrapping and pried off the cardboard lid and finally wrapped my hands around a phone that would ultimately ruin the lives of every single person who has tiny hands or tiny pockets. Read More >>

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What Do You Love or Hate About the iPhone SE?

The iPhone SE has finally graduated from vague rumour to real product, and we couldn't be happier. Or could we? Though we've finally made it through the Tunnel of Hearsay (hallelujah!), though we've also gained confirmation that the phone won't be as cheap as we were hoping it would be. But it's also far better-equipped in the specs department than we expected. Read More >>