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C Spire to sell the new iPhone SE smartphone on its website

C Spire to sell the new iPhone SE smartphone on its website
C Spire to sell the new iPhone SE smartphone on its website

iPhones have managed to become more of a brand than mere an ordinary smartphone. Recently, C Spire, a mobile operator company based in Mississippi, announced that it would offer the new, powerful version of the iPhone SE at an affordable price on its consumer-centric mobile communications network.

Reportedly, the new iPhone SE would feature A13 Bionic, the fastest chip in the market. In addition to this, the mobile would provide unmatched performance along with superior battery life, while offering the best in class single-camera that is able to capture pics in Portrait mode.

As of now, iPhone SE is available in three colors namely white, red & black and is built to withstand water and dust.

Customers can pre-order the new iPhone SE from C Spire’s or Apple’s website or could just register through C Spire’s customer Telesales at 1.855.CSPIRE4. Besides, customers also have the option to purchase their iPhone SE through any of C Spire’s retail outlets after the device is officially released on April 24.

Apple’s latest offering, which comes at a price point of $399, can simply be defined as a phone with iPhone 8’s body, the iPhone XR’s camera system, and the iPhone 11’s processor along with some newly added capabilities.

Elaborating on its specifications, the new iPhone SE could charge up to 50% under 30 minutes with the help of an 18W adapter. Moreover, the portrait mode on this device has the ability to detect people, and is water and dust resistant with a rating of IP67 as per IEC standard 60529.

In fact, the SE model can withstand accidental spills ranging from usual liquids like coffee & tea to soda, juice, and beer. In case of a spill, users are advised to cleanse the surface of the iPhone with water and swab it with a cloth before setting it to dry.

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