Apple unveils iPhone SE, pre-orders in Taiwan from March 11

Apple’s latest iPhone SE, after being announced overnight, will be available for pre-order in Taiwan on Friday, with prices starting at 13,900 TWD ($490). Taiwan will be part of the first global sale of the …

iPhone SE

Apple’s latest iPhone SE, after being announced overnight, will be available for pre-order in Taiwan on Friday, with prices starting at 13,900 TWD ($490).

Taiwan will be part of the first global sale of the third-generation iPhone SE, which will be available in more than 30 markets starting March 18, including the US, Canada, Australia, UK, Germany, Japan Japan, India and China. .

Describing the new 4.7-inch iPhone SE as the most affordable iPhone yet, Apple says the new device supports 5G connectivity and features a 12-megapixel wide-frame camera with /1.8 aperture that offers a photographic advantage. maths.

It also has some upgrades like the A15 Bionic processor that will power the enhanced camera features and improve photo editing and power-hungry features, which come with the same thing used used on the back of iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 launching in September 2021.

Another feature is that the new phone is IP67-rated for water and dust resistance, which means it’s designed to be water-resistant and, according to Apple, has a familiar Home button with Touch ID and longer battery life. .

Apple says the new phone will come in three colors – Midnight, Starlight and Red, and will cost 13,900 yuan, 15,500 yuan and 19,000 yuan respectively for 64GB, 128GB and 256GB of storage.

Meanwhile, Apple is offering a new color, Alpine Green, for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Max, and now also offering the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini in green.

The models are available for pre-order in Taiwan starting Friday and will go on sale on March 18.

Apple also introduced the fifth-generation iPad Air, using the company’s self-developed M1 chip.

Apple says the latest 10.9-inch iPad Air features an ultra-wide-angle front-facing camera and Center Stage to deliver a more natural video conferencing experience, up to 2X faster USB-C transfers, and faster USB-C speeds. 5G is faster on phone models.

The price of the new iPad Air starts at TWD 17,900, and since Taiwan has been excluded from the first global sale, it is still unclear when it will be available in the local market.

Leave a Comment

RSS
Follow by Email