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Iphone SE Artboard removed !

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Why iphone SE artboard removed from Artboard selection ? 

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The iPhone SE has been discontinued, so that's probably why it was deemed non-essential as an artboard template 🙂 Also, I think it makes up less than 1% of mobile resolutions, so it's becoming relatively irrelevant.
Its viewport size is 320 x 568, so you can manually resize your artboard to that size and you are ready to go.

 

The iPhone SE2 has the same viewport as iPhone 6/7/8, as Kenneth pointed out, so a separate artboard for it is not needed.

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Iphone SE Artboard removed !

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Why iphone SE artboard removed from Artboard selection ? 

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Correct answer by Spas K. | Adobe Community Professional

The iPhone SE has been discontinued, so that's probably why it was deemed non-essential as an artboard template 🙂 Also, I think it makes up less than 1% of mobile resolutions, so it's becoming relatively irrelevant.
Its viewport size is 320 x 568, so you can manually resize your artboard to that size and you are ready to go.

 

The iPhone SE2 has the same viewport as iPhone 6/7/8, as Kenneth pointed out, so a separate artboard for it is not needed.

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Hi there,

 

Thank you for reaching out. Would you mind elaborating more about the issue? Please share the screenshot or video for better understanding.

 

We will try our best to help.

 

Thanks,

Harshika

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You can use iPhone 6, 7, 8 (375 x 667) since iPhone SE is the same viewport size.

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Hi ,

Thanks for responding . My Bad ! iPhone SE means old device 4 inh. ( Similar to Iphone 5s ).Not 2020 (4.7 inh)model. This phone recently Updated to IOS 14 ! 😊. We should check design compatibility for this device .

 

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The iPhone SE has been discontinued, so that's probably why it was deemed non-essential as an artboard template 🙂 Also, I think it makes up less than 1% of mobile resolutions, so it's becoming relatively irrelevant.
Its viewport size is 320 x 568, so you can manually resize your artboard to that size and you are ready to go.

 

The iPhone SE2 has the same viewport as iPhone 6/7/8, as Kenneth pointed out, so a separate artboard for it is not needed.

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