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iPhone SE (2020) vs iPhone11 vs iPhone XR: The Most Affordable iPhone War

iPhone SE (2020) vs iPhone11 vs iPhone XR: The Most Affordable iPhone War

My essential cell phone is this iPhone 7, which I purchased in November 2016. I've been utilizing it for just about four years now, and I am intending to move up to another iPhone this year. In 2016, my methodology was straightforward — simply purchase the best in class iPhone and use it for a long time before redesigning. I can't do that this time in light of the fact that it is extremely unlikely I can bear the cost of an iPhone 11 Pro or an iPhone 11 Pro Max. That leaves me with three decisions at the present time — iPhone SE (2020), iPhone XR, and iPhone 11. The SE (2020) has noteworthy equipment at an incredible value, the XR offers astounding battery life, while the iPhone 11 seems to offer the best of the two universes however at a more significant expense. I'm certain I'm not by any means the only one pondering which of these three cell phones to pick. In this article, how about we experience the advantages and disadvantages of every one of these gadgets to make sense of which one is the best for you, and which one I should purchase. First how about we talk about the iPhone SE (2020) since it's the most up to date of the three cell phones, and the telephone that I've been hanging tight for since the primary breaks surfaced. The three things I like the most about the iPhone SE (2020) are the processor, the cost, and the weight. The A13 Bionic is an inconceivably amazing chip, and it's a decent arrangement in case you're getting that at Rs. 42,500 onwards. This iPhone SE helps me to remember a year ago's iPad smaller than usual, which had propelled with an extremely incredible processor at around Rs. 35,000. Some of you have been whining that the iPhone SE (2020) is excessively costly in India when contrasted and its US cost. While that is reasonable, I think the SE's cost in India is extraordinary when you take a gander at the opposition. Apple's most remarkable chip combined with long periods of programming refreshes make this a lot. To be reasonable, the SE's cost could drop in a couple of months and it may offer far and away superior incentive with a sub-Rs. 40,000 value point. At last, at 148 grams, the iPhone SE (2020) is the lightest of the three cell phones we're discussing today. It's just 10 grams heavier than my iPhone 7 so the change ought to be consistent. Yet, is that actually something to be thankful for?

That's actually my biggest concern about buying an iPhone SE. It looks just like my iPhone 7, and if I'm going to spend over Rs. 40,000 on a phone, I'd rather do it on a device that looks modern and stylish. I use my phones for very long, so in a couple of years, I don't want to feel like I've been using the same device for six years. I'd also like to use an iPhone that lasts longer than my 7, and based on information on Apple's website, the SE's battery life is similar to what we'll get on the iPhone 7 and 8. Add to that the 4.7-inch screen, which is tiny by today's standards and isn't big enough for an immersive experience while watching movies or playing games. Even though there's a lot to like about the iPhone SE, I can't live with those three cons. That's why let's look at my second choice — the iPhone XR. There are three things going for the XR — modern design, battery life, and price. I don't need to elaborate too much about the design. It has a big screen with a notch, and I like this a lot because I don't have to scroll as much while reading and I'll finally be able to enjoy watching movies on a phone. The battery lasts a lot longer than most other iPhones, so that's a major plus. Finally the XR has often been available under Rs. 50,000 for the 128GB variant that I'm eyeing, which is great too. If you're planning to buy an iPhone soon, the SE and XR are in the same price bracket and that makes the difference in design and battery life very important factors. Having said that, the XR has a slightly older chip — the A12 Bionic — and even though I don't expect any performance issues anytime in the near future, I worry about potential slowdowns after two or three major OS updates. That's where our third and the strongest contender walks in. Meet the iPhone 11. This is the ideal iPhone for me right now because it has the latest hardware, its camera supports modern features such as Apple's excellent night mode and audio zoom, and its battery lasts even longer than the iPhone XR. You also get extras such as Dolby Atmos support and an IP68 rating for water and dust resistance. The former is missing on the SE and XR, and those devices have an IP67 rating. However, there's just one problem here and you know it as well as I do. The 128GB variant of the iPhone 11 costs more than Rs. 70,000 and even with a crazy Diwali discount, it's probably not going to be anywhere near the price of the iPhone XR or SE. Now's the time to decide which one of these three I'd pick. If I had to upgrade the moment smartphone deliveries resume, I'd go for the iPhone XR. It hits the sweet spot between features and price, which makes it perfect for me. Having said that, I'm going to wait till the next wave of iPhones is launched, and hunt for some deals on the iPhone 11. Unfortunately for the iPhone SE (2020), I just don't want another phone that looks like my iPhone 7, so I'm going to pass.