A test software, has revealed that Apple’s next iPhone SE (2022) has 4GB of RAM. That’s the same amount as the A15 Bionic chipset used in the iPhone 13 and 13 mini. SE (2022) achieved 1,695 points in the single-core test, which is equivalent to the iPhone 13 series, and 4,021 points in the multi-core unit, which is less expensive than the more expensive iPhones.
The Geekbench list shows the new budget iPhone running the latest iOS 15.4 out of the box. Apple will launch pre-orders for the iPhone SE (2022) in the US this Friday – March 11 with a 64GB base model priced at $ 429. Delivery in US and first wave of 30 countries including Australia , Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan and the UK will begin a week later on March 18.