Apple is indeed dropping a smaller iPhone, taking to its event in Cupertino today to unveil the brand new iPhone SE. Thankfully, the 5s-inspired design doesn’t skimp on the details. Offering fans a smaller, 4-inch alternative to the bigger 6s and 6s Plus, the SE is just as powerful as its predecessors — thanks to an A9 chip and M9 motion processor — and even boasts a 12MP iSight camera (with Focus Pixels and True Tone flash), Retina flash for its forward-facing camera, 4K video capabilities, high speed 802.11ac Wi-Fi (as well as Wi-Fi calling), 50% faster LTE, Apple Pay, and Touch ID.
The iPhone SE is $399 USD for 16GB or $499 USD for 64GB and launches March 31.
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