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Yes, the iPhone SE is capable of motion and fitness tracking.
The iPhone SE features the same M9 motion coprocessor found in the iPhone 6s. This means the iPhone SE can keep track of sensor data while the phone is in sleep mode. The M9 stores data from the accelerometer, compass, and gyroscope, then delivers this information to fitness apps when needed.
UPDATE: The iPhone SE running iOS 10.2 can be jailbroken with Yalu. Click here for more information on Yalu.
The iPhone SE cannot be jailbroken at this time.
The iPhone SE power button is located on the top of the phone, just like the iPhone 5s.
The iPhone SE launch on March 31, 2016 will take place in 12 markets: