Who else would you turn to for a review of the 2020 iPhone SE than the person who has not bought a new phone for four years?
What do you mean “Literally everyone else.”?
I’m going to let you in on the dirty secret of the iPhone SE reviews you might have read on those other sites. All those people — your Grubers, your Sterns, your Panzarinos, your Bohns, your Brownlees — have all used other phones between the previous iPhone SE and this iPhone SE.
They didn’t love the original iPhone SE like I loved the original iPhone SE.
Let’s be clear right off the bat: the 2020 iPhone SE is not a real iPhone SE. And rather than keep referring to it as the iPhone SE Second Generation throughout this review, I’m going to just call it what it is: the iPhone 9. In fact, that’s what I’ve named mine.
I’ve always been a big fan of Moltz’s particular brand of silliness.