Apple announced a new 4-inch iPhone on Monday, called the iPhone SE and a new version of its iPad pro
The iPhone SE is short for “special edition” and it is the cheapest iPhone yet. Its base model, at 16GB of storage, costs just $399. You can get 64GB of storage for $499.
The iPhone SE comes with a 64-bit A9 processor and an M9 motion co-processor. You also have the iPhone 6s 12MP iSight camera with a dual-tone flash, as well as panorama up to 63MP. It also has the ability to shoot Live Photos and 4K video.
Pre-orders for the iPhone SE go live this Friday, but the phone will officially launch on March 31.
Apple also announced a brand new iPad with a 9.7-inch screen during its March 21 event.
The new iPad is a smaller version of the iPad Pro Apple released in November last year.
a 9.7-inch display
support for Apple Pencil stylus
the super-powerful A9X chip that’s as powerful as some of Apple’s own laptops
a magnetic Smart Connector for connecting the Smart Keyboard
a minimum of 32GB of storage
With all the upgraded specs, the base model of the new iPad costs $599
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