Apple iPhone SE

The NFC iOS smartphone Apple iPhone SE came into the market in March 2016 and can scan and use various NFC tags and products thanks to the integrated NFC function.

The Apple iPhone SE has a 4 inch display based on IPS LCD and with a density of 326 ppi. The 113 grams light smartphone's back camera has a maximum resolution of 12 megapixels. The front camera provides a resolution of 1.2 MP.

The iPhone SE works with a Dual-Core processor (Apple A9 APL0898), which can use a total of 2 GB RAM. For specialists: To calculate the graphics a PowerVR GT7600 is called into action. The smartphone has a storage of 128 GB. In addition to commonly used methods like drawn patterns or numeric codes, the device can be unlocked by using its fingerprint sensor. In everyday life this can increase security without losing any comfort.

Note: Formally, iPhones beginng with Generation 6, can be defined as NFC-Smartphones due to the integration of NFC for Apple-Pay. However, the functionality to read NFC-Tags is only possible with generation 7 devices or newer. On our info-page on iOS and NFC we keep you updated with latest developments.

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