The first third-generation iPhone SE teardowns have surfaced on YouTube, providing a look at the components inside the device.

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iPhone SE 2 at the top vs. iPhone SE 3 at the bottom via PBKreviews

The disassembly reveals that the new iPhone SE has a larger battery of 2018 mAh compared to the 1821 mAh of the previous generation model. The new iPhone SE offers up to two more hours of video playback and up to 10 more hours of audio playback on a full charge versus the previous model, according to Apple’s technical specifications.

The new iPhone SE is also equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X57 modem, according to Nikki‘s xTECH. This modem does not appear to be listed on the Qualcomm website, so it may be a custom model built for Apple, but no other details are known. The modem enables 5G on the iPhone SE, but support is limited to bands below 6GHz, while iPhone 13 models also support the faster mmWave bands in the US.

A few weeks ago, it was confirmed that the new iPhone SE will also have 4GB of RAM, up from 3GB in the previous model.

In general, the third generation iPhone SE seems to have an internal design that is very similar to the second generation model. Repair site iFixit is likely to share a comprehensive disassembly of the device in the coming days for a closer look.

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