Geekbench verifies that the iPhone SE (2022) has 4GB of RAM


Geekebench has revealed that Apple’s upcoming iPhone SE (2022) will have 4GB of RAM. That’s the same as the A15 Bionic chipset used in the iPhone 13 and 13 mini. SE (2022) scored 1,695-points on the single-core Geekbench test, which is equivalent to the iPhone 13 series, and 4,021-points on the multi-core test, which is somewhat lower than the more expensive iPhones.

New iPhone SE performs like iPhone 13 for $270 less

According to Geekbench, the new low-cost iPhone comes pre-installed with iOS 15.4. On March 11, Apple will begin accepting pre-orders for the iPhone SE (2022) in the United States, starting at $429 for the basic 64 GB version. Shipping will begin in the United States and the first 30 nations on March 18, with the rest of the world following a week later.

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