Apple launches the new iPhone SE

Apple launches the new iPhone SE

Apple has launched a cheaper version of its iPhone SE priced at $399. The new phone is a follow-up to the entry-level SE from 2016. The new SE replaces 2017’s iPhone 8, which was until recently the cheapest iPhone, costing £479 in the UK and $449 in the US. The device is backed by 64GB of storage and has a 4.7-inch screen, large bezels on the top and bottom, and a home button with active Touch ID.

Chris
Chris
Macius
Macius 1 months

I will take my Xperia zx3 over any IPhone.

Idiot Prole
Idiot Prole 1 months

Might just be an advert and the odds of me getting an apple phone are slim, but I'm glad they're doing this. The size of phones is getting silly and they've more cameras than London stuck on, massively increasing cost. I'm hoping this breeds a generation of android phones which are a sensible size, responsive and have a single, decent camera. Phones for people who aren't looking for a fashion accessory or a stupidly expensive gadget but also don't want a slow, crappy budget phone.

Robert_Clearwater
Robert_Clearwater 1 months

Yeah beat it by a bunch in price.

Kofi
Kofi 1 months

How, with a huge notch?

Randall
Randall 1 months

This is just an ad.

F G
F G 1 months

Why is this ad here?

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