iPhone SE Goes on Sale Once Again as Apple Enters Panic Mode Due to Poor Demand
Apple has started selling the iPhone SE once again in the United States as a move that’s seen by many as a desperate attempt to boost sales of its otherwise declining smartphone unit.
The device is currently available in the United States exclusively, and it’s included in the Clearance Products section of the online Apple Store.
iPhone SE with 32GB of storage is up for grabs for $249, while the 128GB version is on sale for $299. As MacRumors notes, this is a $100 and $150 discount, respectively, as the device was originally offered for $349 and $449 in the United States.
There’s no change in terms of specs versus the iPhone SE lineup launched in March 2016. The device features the same 4-inch display, and is powered by an A9 chip. Touch ID continues to be offered.
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