Apple iPhone SE

With average-sized hands there was often the need to awkwardly balance the phone on a small finger in order to reach the upper-parts of its 4.7in display. With the SE this is not the case and swiftly tapping any part of the screen is a breeze. Another bonus is that there's no need to use, or dismiss after mistakenly activating, the "Reachability" feature – something of a bugbear for WIRED. The smaller size means the SE is inherently more difficult to fumble and drop. For the first time ever, WIRED broke its 6s as the case slipped out of sweaty fingers at the gym. With the SE there haven't even been any close calls – keeping tight grip of the handset as it nestles safely in your grasp is all too easy.

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