Those looking for a real bargain on the new iPhone may want to turn their attention to T-Mobile. Earlier this week the Magenta carrier kicked out a promo including the Apple’s current flagship. You can either grab the iPhone SE completely for, or trade in your old iPhone 6 to get a $300 credit toward the new iPhone 7.
If for some reason you still haven’t bought the iPhone 7 or the iPhone SE, but can’t stop thinking about it, then T-Mobile may have a deal perfect for you. The newest Dads and Grads Promo allows T-Mobile’s subscribers to upgrade iPhone 7 storage completely out of charge or get the iPhone SE at no costs.
There are million phone users worldwide who prefer compact handsets oversized phablets. All those of you who value pocket-friendliness of a small device may want to take a closer look at the Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile promo on the Apple iPhone SE. Right now this pretty handy phone is within your reach for cheaper than ever.
iPhones have been among the best and at the same time the most expensive smartphones in the world from the day the very first model was launched. Unfortunately, it means that the hefty price tag puts Apple’s phones out of reach for a large group of customers. Luckily for those who couldn’t afford an iPhone, a couple of years ago the manufacturer decided to release more budget-friendly variants along the premium ones. This year is no different – we got the iPhone SE. Significantly cheaper than the flagship iPhone 6S from the start, the iPhone SE now costs even less as US Cellular offers the device for half of its retail price.
On Monday Apple did something unexpected – the company unveiled a new iPhone called iPhone SE smack in the middle of upgrade cycle. The date of the announcement is not the only surprise, though. The phone is significantly smaller than Apple’s recent handsets and, more importantly, it’s unusual affordable, at least compared to other iPhones. The device, which is as powerful as the iPhone 6S or the Galaxy S7, is now available for pre-order starting at $399.
As it usually happens, as soon as a new smartphone is released, prices of the older models start to drop. It’s a very common practice which is aimed at moving as many units of predecessors as possible before customers completely lose interest in those variants. That’s exactly what we are witnessing right now with iPhones. Two days after the iPhone SE was unveiled, Sprint confirmed that pre-sale would begin on March 24th. At the same time, the carrier announced that you can have the iPhone 6S for as low as $13 per month on lease.
Like all major smartphone makers, Apple keeps an annual upgrade schedule with new releases set for fall, usually September. We are now in March so a new iPhone was not something we expected to see yesterday. If it wasn’t for all the leaks and rumors, many folks would probably take Apple’s event as an early April Fools’ Day joke. It’s not a joke, though. Apple really did announce a new iPhone this week but what’s even more surprising than the fact that the device went official off schedule is its price of $399 making it the cheapest iPhone that was ever launched. But what prompted this mid-cycle release? And what does it mean for Apple and consumers?
For a long time Apple was criticized for not keeping up with the latest trends. When the whole world kept increasing smartphones’ screen size, the Cupertino company was stuck with 4-inch displays. Finally, a couple of years ago something changed and the first iPhone with a screen size close to today’s standards was launched. It seems, however, that Apple hasn’t given up on smaller displays. The company just unveiled the iPhone SE offering iPhone 6S features but in a compact size.
Today, Apple has officially announced its spring press conference scheduled for March 21st, during which the company is expected to unveiled the newest member of the iconic iPhone line, the compact iPhone SE. What’s more the iPhone SE won’t be the only star of the event, since the handset will debut accompanied by the highly anticipated 9.7-inch iPad Pro, new Apple Watch bands and some software updates. The event will take place in Cupertino at Apple’s 1 Infinite Loop Campus.
The iPhone 5SE and the iPad Air 3 have recently been one of the most frequently rumored devices. Hopefully, we don’t have to wait long to put our hands on the handsets since Apple has just announced the official premiere date for them. According to the recent leak on March 14 the Cupertino team will held a special event during which they plan to present the iPhone 5SE and the iPad Air 3. Both devices will go on sale on March 18.
Although Apple is surely busy planning the premiere of the iPhone 7, they didn’t forget about its budget-conscious customers. This weekend we got another portion of leaks concerning the iPhone 5SE. Originally known as the iPhone 5E or 6C the handset is the company’s offering to those customers who opt for a more affordable phone sporting compact size factor. What’s more according to the recent leak the iPhone 5SE will be more powerful than we previously thought.