As you will now be able to pick up a new iPhone SE, which selling out in the U.S. stores. Then you may have a bit of a wait on your hands, with Apple Stores both online and on the street essentially dry and short supply currently pointing to an expected delivery data of no earlier than the end of April. Apple may have underestimated iPhone SE demand, while some of the US carriers do still carry stock of the recently-released 4-inch iPhone. Those buying from the likes of Verizon and AT&T will have to sign up for a new contract in order to grab one.
Anyone wanting to buy an $399 iPhone SE outright and unlocked will still have to wait for Apple’s current stock issues to ease, and that’s not going to happen very soon, it seems so.
About iPhone SE. No it’s not the most exciting iPhone release though, the new SE still has a clear purpose. Apple announced the iPhone SE as the most affordable handset yet, and some people believed that it had misjudged demand, and that’s a pwoerful iPhone 6s-like iPhone but with a 4-inch screen rather than 4.7-inch screen of the 6s or the 5.5-inch display of the iPhone 6s Plus, would be unwanted. Result in front, as it turns out that may well have been quite a distance wide of the mark. With that said, we actually got no idea how much stock Apple had initially, meaning it’s possible that the gadget isn’t selling as well as it may appear.
Currently, there’s no real way of knowing which of those possibilities is accurate. However, is that the iPhone 7 is in the cards, set to be announced in September, and that too is likely to sell out in record time. Sharages of new iPhone hardware is nothing new, but at this point, the iPhone SE features such a relatively small screen will still lead many to wonder just who it is buying this thing.
Indeed, the iPhone SE is nigh-indistinguishable from the three-year-old iPhone 5s, save for a Rose Gold color option and some minor differences in the finish made. The only things you’ll be giving up are the iPhone 6s’s superior front-facing camera and faster Touch ID sensor. Then again, you won’t get longer battery life in exchange, so there’s that to consider now. Only thing to suggest and recommend is the iPhone SE is a great deal for the money, that too in the US, and not other than that rehgion, while in India it goes on sale at Rs 39,000 for 16GB variant. For 64GB iPhone SE, it costs Rs 49,000, repectively.
Well, presumably, anyone who wants a fast, capable phone but actualy wants to be able to reach every icon on their Home screen with one hand. Think about it!
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