Despite being focused on being an economic terminal that will compete very well against the mid-range Android, Apple has hidden an ace up its sleeve within the new iPhone SE (2020). The terminal is compatible with Wi-Fi networks 6and is therefore ready for the next generation wireless networks that are beginning to emerge.
The second-generation iPhone SE (2020) joins the new iPad Pro and the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro as devices compatible with these networks, and makes it a mobile phone designed to last throughout a transition to networks that will reach 9 Gbps maximum theoretical speed.
Yes, we also have Express Card
In addition, the iPhone SE (2020) has the Express Card technology which will allow you to process NFC contacts in order to pay for public transportation or use the CarKey feature found in iOS 13.4. Cupertino wants this new iPhone to keep up with all the new trends even at a cheaper price.
The bad part of the news is a continuation of what we saw in the new iPad Pro: the new iPhone SE (2020) also does not have the U1 ultra-wideband chip and so that’s something that’s exclusively reserved for the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro. It sounds very strange that future AirTags will only be compatible with these devices, so perhaps they are not a prerequisite for this.