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10 Reasons to Upgrade to the iPhone SE in 2018



If you own an iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, or iPhone 5s this year might be the year to upgrade. There are a ton of options out there, but many iPhone 5s and iPhone 5 users should consider upgrading to the iPhone SE, Apple’s current 4-inch flagship.

Despite rumors of an imminent successor, Apple continues to sell the iPhone SE, a device it announced back in March, 2016. Apple’s reportedly working on a successor for the iPhone SE, but iPhone SE 2 rumors have stalled and it looks like we’ll get a trio of big screen iPhones this fall.

The iPhone SE is getting older, but it continues to hold up nicely as we push deeper into 2018 toward the iPhone 11 launch this September. The same can’t be said about the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s.

The iPhone 5s and iPhone 5 look a lot like the iPhone SE, but don’t let that fool you. The iPhone SE is a far superior phone with a much brighter future.

The main differences between them are their processors, their software, their cameras, and their designs. There are also some subtle differences between the three that Apple doesn’t mention on its website.

In this guide we want to take iPhone 5s and iPhone 5 owners through some reasons to consider making the iPhone SE your next device in 2018.

Better Software Support

Better Software Support

If you're using an iPhone 5 you're stuck on iOS 10. You didn't get iOS 11 and you won't get Apple's upcoming iOS 12 update

That means no more bug fixes, no more security updates to protect your device, and no more features. iOS 12 will come with some exciting performance improvements and brand new emoji characters for the iOS keyboard.

It's the lack of bug fixes and security patches that should have owners of older iPhones worried. Some problems aren't easily solved and Apple's iPhones aren't immune to hacks and exploits

The iPhone 5s will get upgraded to iOS 12, but iOS 12 will likely serve as the device's last major upgrade. We don't expect it to get iOS 13. 

You can solve this problem by upgrading to the iPhone SE. The iPhone SE should have at least two years of software support left. It will get iOS 12 and it should get iOS 13 next year as well. There's even a chance it gets iOS 14. 

If you aren't thrilled with the size of the iPhone X and iPhone 8, or the sizes coming with the iPhone 11, the iPhone SE is an excellent alternative. You'll be able to get two plus years out of it if you buy it this year. 

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