Crazy-cheap iPhone SE pops up in Apple clearance store again


Apple could debut iPhone SE successor as soon as March
The iPhone SE is a brilliant handset.
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Apple seemingly scrapped plans for an iPhone SE 2, but there’s good news for fans of Apple’s 4-inch handset. For the third time this month, Apple is offering brand-new, unlocked models of the iPhone SE for up to $150 off.

The handsets are available in rose gold, gold and silver options on Apple’s clearance webpage. The 32GB models cost just $249 and the 128GB models go for $299.

Normally, the 32GB model sold for $349 and the 128GB model for $449. That makes it a great pick for anyone wanting a modern iPhone without the price tag of an iPhone XR or an iPhone XS or XS Max.

iPhone SE specs

Apple launched the iPhone SE in March 2016 as part of the iPhone’s ninth generation. The svelte device boasts a 4-inch Retina display, an A9 chip, Touch ID and a 12-megapixel rear camera. Plus, in what will be a big selling point for some, it comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack.

In terms of design, it’s virtually identical to the iPhone 5s, which is one of my personal favorite iPhones of all time. No, you don’t get new features like Face ID or the slimmer bezel of the X-series iPhones. However, the iPhone SE offers a stunning design with a comfortable form factor.

Hurry though. While there’s a chance Apple will offer this deal again, it’s very likely the iPhone SE will sell out quickly again. You can find Apple’s clearance store here.

Via: MacRumors