Apple has just released a brand new 4in smartphone. Here's the key facts
After months of rumours, Apple has unveiled the next iPhone - but it's not the iPhone 7. Instead, Apple has released the iPhone SE, a 4in smartphone with all the specs of the iPhone 6s. The iPhone SE will be available to order on March 24th, and will start at $679.
Apple hopes the iPhone SE's lower price will be able to secure more sales in countries like China, and capture the lower-end of the market - usually occupied by budget handsets. Of course, the iPhone SE will also have a smaller screen, so it will also appeal to those who find the current iPhone's 4.7in display on the large side.
iPhone SE: Specs
The iPhone SE looks almost identical to the iPhone 5s, but inside it's much more like the iPhone 6s - Apple's current flagship. Apple has shoe-horned a 64bit A9 chip, and combined it with the M9 co-processor, so the iPhone SE will be able to track your movements throughout the day. The result? The Apple iPhone SE might look like the iPhone 5s, but it has double the processing power. And three times the graphics performance.