The iPhone SE is not a working phone. None of them are. Why has there been no mass recall? It starts with the camera. You open it, it freezes. So you close the app and relaunch it. Everything seems fine. But then it keeps happening, more so as time goes on. The camera app gets unusable. The flash light sometimes, not all the time but sometimes freezes the phone. Sometimes it says its on, but its not. Causing the phone to freeze for around 5 minutes or crash. Okay, not all phones are perfect. A few more months of toleration goes by and it just flat out crashes. The screen starts going in random colors like a PC when you take the ram out while it's running. It'll do it's thing for a sec and shut off. It'll turn back on just fine. You tolerate that for a few more months. Oh, forgot to mention if you put the phone down for 5 minutes, it'll shut off on its own. So you tolerate that for a few more months until one day it goes out in a bang. It's slow, laggy, apps stop opening, eventually it crashes and you can't do anything. Looks like it's time for a hard reboot. You reboot it, it works for 3 seconds. Turns back off and never boots up again about a year after purchase. This has happened to 4 iPhone SE users I know (Friends) and myself. Meaning this has happened to 5 iPhone SEs. None were jailbroken and were all case kept. Keep in mind the issues varied between our phones but kept to the theme of the camera freezing, screen turning colors and just constant hard crashes. Don't buy the SE. Now for the people who don't know about computers but think they do, before you comment, no, these are not fixable software issues. These issues are down to the hardware level. So don't say "Just restore or try iOS 10". That would do nothing but give me a broken but more slightly up to date phone. And no, it's not an LCD issue either. Here's a photo showing what I mean by the RAM crash. Imagine this but on an iPhone, and not taking up the entire screen --- Post Merged, Sep 20, 2017 --- Just to follow up, I'm pretty sure the problems with the iPhone SE lay in the Camera, and the solder on the RAM. Apple has a LONG track record of having terrible solder work on products (*VIGOROUS COUGH* 2007/2008 MacBook Pro and snow iBook G3 *cough*) ALSO, not all phones are going to have this issue. Maybe only 5,000 in 100,000 of them are like this. But we as a consumer deserve to know if we possibly have a botched batch of iPhones and I just wanted to try and spread the word and see if I can find any others. So if your iPhone SE works great without an issue, nice. But that doesn't mean everyone has the same experience.