Apple’s iPhone SE vs. iPhone 6s

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Featuring a 4-inch Retina display and starting price of $399, the newly unveiled Apple iPhone SE is noticeably smaller and cheaper than the 4.7-inch iPhone 6s. However, despite obvious differences in size, there are a great deal of similarities under the hood between the two. Here’s a closer look at how well the iPhone SE competes with its big brother based on price, hardware and intended use.  Continue reading

iPhone SE seen getting off to a ‘lackluster’ start

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Apple’s recently released iPhone SE was supposed to be Apple’s saving grace, a mid-year release designed to help keep iPhone sales somewhat afloat ahead of the iPhone 7. Packed with the same advanced features as the iPhone 6s and affordably priced, it was widely assumed that the iPhone SE would get off to a strong start following its debut on store shelves this past Thursday. Continue reading

How To Selectively Transfer Messages to iPhone SE from Old iPhone?

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iPhone SE has been released on this Monday morning. Considering the outstanding performance similar to iPhone 6s yet with a much smaller size and much lower price, it is attracting enough for people to order one. For iPhone users who messages others a lot, learn how to transfer text messages to the new iPhone SE from old iPhone is necessary, as the messages are so important that they would like to migrate all the messages to the new iPhone SE.   Continue reading

Apple’s Smaller iPhone SE Has Been Released

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Apple’s newest phone, the iPhone SE, is here and it’s kinda but not entirely new. The cute little iPhone offers the components of the bigger iPhone 6S with a 4-inch screen and a form factor in line with the iPhone 5s. The round volume buttons and flatter edges also echo those of the 5s. Continue reading

Apple turns to Google for Help Storing Some iCloud Accounts

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Apple Inc. and Google Inc. have publicly fought each other over patents, privacy protections and the attention of app-makers. But they’ve also colluded in the past to not poach each others’ workers, shared revenue from Google searches on iPhones, and agreed to fight the FBI over demands to weaken smartphone security.  Continue reading