The iPhone SE was unveiled at a media conference at Cupertino in San Francisco. It is considered to be the cheapest model of iPhone till date.
The starting price of this iPhone SE is Rs.39,000, stated the company and it would be available for purchase from early April in India.
The iPhone SE sports a 4-inch display and has two storage variants; one is 64GB and 16GB. The innards are similar to that of iPhone 6S, which was launched by Apple last year.
New accessories like leather cases in Midnight Blue and Black colors would be available at a price of Rs.2900. On the other hand, the Lightning Docs can be availed at a price of Rs.3,700.
This new smartphone of Apple addresses both demand for a small screen iPhone as well as the demand for a cheap iPhone.
As it was mentioned earlier, the innards of Apple iPhone SE are similar to that of iPhone 6S but comes with a form factor and design which is similar to that of iPhone 5s, the last 4 inch iPhone of the company.
Having identical looks to that of iPhone 5s, the iPhone 5S has color variants introduced with iPhone 6, including Rose Gold. It features rounded edges on the bottom and top panels, more like the iPhone 6 than iPhone 5s.
As far as the specifications are concerned, the iPhone Se boasts the M9 motion coprocessor and Apple A9 Soc.
Talking about the camera, it has a 12 megapixel one with 4K video support, improved Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, Apple Pay Support, new microphones as well as Touch ID fingerprint sensor.