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Ap­ple brought 3D Touch to the iPhone with the 6s and 6s Plus, pro­vid­ing ex­tra in­ter­ac­tions de­pend­ing on the level of pres­sure you ap­ply to the screen. For ex­am­ple, a light press on an email lets you ‘peek’ at its con­tents, so you can de­cide whether to delete it or, with a firmer press, ‘pop’ it open to re­ply to it.

While the new iPhone SE lacks 3D Touch, it matches many fea­tures of the iPhone 6s, from a 12MP rear cam­era and 4K video record­ing to an A9 chip and M9 mo­tion co­pro­ces­sor. All that comes in a com­pact 4-inch case, so it has plenty of power and is per­fect for any­one put off by the larger iPhones.

All mod­els have front‑fac­ing cam­eras for video calls. There’s also Live Photos, which cap­ture the mo­ments be­fore and af­ter you take a photo to make a short video, plus all fea­ture high-qual­ity Retina dis­plays.

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