If you still mourn the iPhone SE, Apple's last little iPhone, that's good news.
Apple has quietly resumed selling the compact phone in the eviction section of its website, where occasionally offers for products are displayed. We first discovered the news thanks to MacRumors.
Prices for a silver, rose gold, space gray, or gold model start at $ 249 for 32GB instead of $ 349. A 128GB model costs $ 299 ($ 449). The phones are new and feature a 4-inch Retina display and an Apple A9 chip. There is also a 12 megapixel rear view camera.
The offer is apparently only for US customers. The British version of Apple's site does not list the iPhone SE in its sharing area.
Apple sold the iPhone SE in September 2018 no longer, the only remaining 4-inch iPhone and one of the last models, which was equipped with a headphone jack. The device was originally released in March 2016.
The iPhone SE was considered the best Apple iPhone among the Cognoscenti, thanks to the fact that it took the courage of a higher-end iPhone 6S in the smaller body of an iPhone 5S. It was also cheaper than the rest of Apple's flagship at a starting price of $ 349.
The cheapest iPhone you can buy right now at Apple is the iPhone XR or iPhone 7 for $ 449.