The iPhone XR has the new A12 Bionic chip with six cores rather than four, plus an embedded M12 motion coprocessor that handles specific tasks like scrolling and detecting whether you’re walking or driving.
– iPhone XR Display: 6.1-inch (diagonal) Liquid Retina HD display, 1792×828 resolution at 326ppi
– iPhone XR: Rear – 12MP wide-angle and telephoto cameras with OIS, ƒ/1.8 and ƒ/2.4 apertures respectively, Portrait Mode, Portrait Lighting, Depth Control, Smart HDR, circular polarizer
Apple’s iPhone XR is a little cheaper – it starts at £499 for the 64GB model, although the 128GB version will set you back a further £50. Prices go up to a lofty £899 for 256GB of storage.
You’ll get longer use out of the iPhone XR though with Apple giving it an official battery life of 15 hours (talk time) and 12 hours (internet use).
The XR also has dual SIM support, while the SE does not have this feature. But these are all minor points when you look at how much cheaper the iPhone SE is compared to the iPhone XR.