Apple’s new iPhone SE is available to pre–order now. The new four–inch handset can be ordered from Apple’s official website, with the SIM–free 16GB model priced £359, rising to £459 for the 64GB version.
The latest iPhone will go on general sale on March 31st, when you’ll be able to pick it up in store and try before you buy.
Networks and retailers are also starting to announce their price plans for the iPhone SE. Carphone Warehouse has confirmed it is selling the 16GB model for no upfront cost with 500MB of data for £26 per month.
Pick it up on EE through Carphone and you can get 5GB of data on a two-year contract for £32.49 a month with £19.99 upfront for the phone. Carphone's best offer on Vodafone promises a hefty 7GB of data for £31 per month, with a £9 one-off charge.
The iPhone SE is Apple’s first new four-inch smartphone for two and a half years. It comes with the same A9 processor and 12-megapixel camera as the flagship iPhone 6s, with 4K video recording and Apple Pay support.
Apple is hoping the phone will be able to stop flatlining iPhone sales. The company is due to report its January to March sales figures in around a month’s time.
Find out more about the iPhone SE with our quick guide to its best features.
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