Apple's new iPhone SE has a 4.7-inch (12cm) screen and starts at US$400, making it the company's smallest and least expensive smartphone. Photo: @ortech7/Instagram Apple's new iPhone SE has a 4.7-inch (12cm) screen and starts at US$400, making it the company's smallest and least expensive smartphone. Photo: @ortech7/Instagram
Apple's new iPhone SE has a 4.7-inch (12cm) screen and starts at US$400, making it the company's smallest and least expensive smartphone. Photo: @ortech7/Instagram

The iPhone SE is Apple’s smallest and cheapest smartphone, rivalling Samsung and Huawei at just US$400 – but is it right for you?

As rivals such as Samsung, Google and others release compelling, low-cost options, this cheaper, smaller iPhone – featuring the return of the home button – may be Apple’s best competition

Topic |   Apple
Apple's new iPhone SE has a 4.7-inch (12cm) screen and starts at US$400, making it the company's smallest and least expensive smartphone. Photo: @ortech7/Instagram Apple's new iPhone SE has a 4.7-inch (12cm) screen and starts at US$400, making it the company's smallest and least expensive smartphone. Photo: @ortech7/Instagram
Apple's new iPhone SE has a 4.7-inch (12cm) screen and starts at US$400, making it the company's smallest and least expensive smartphone. Photo: @ortech7/Instagram
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