Apple Doubles iPhone SE Storage, Keeps the Same Price
Apple unveiled today the red iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and as part of the announcement, the company also revealed changes concerning the smaller iPhone SE.
Starting Friday, March 24, the iPhone SE will be available online and in Apple stores with more storage space, as Apple is doubling the current capacity on both models. Specifically, the entry-level iPhone SE that previously shipped with 16GB storage will come with 32GB, while the 64GB version will be replaced with 128GB storage.
This doesn’t mean that prices will be increased as well, as Apple says the exact same price will be maintained, so the iPhone SE will continue to be priced from $399.
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