Everything You Need To Know About The New iPhone SE
Features, cost and more importantly, when you can get your hands on it.
Big news for anyone looking for a phone upgrade as Apple have just announced the launch of a brand new handset known as the iPhone SE.
Standing for 'Special Edition', this will be the cheapest iPhone yet and is a smaller phone intended to draw new users into the iPhone-using family.
The most exciting thing about this one is that you won't have to wait around to get your hands on one as you'll be able to pre-order on March 24th before they go fully on sale to be shipped out on March 31st.
Cheaper than previous models, the iPhone SE will set you back around £359 for the smaller 16GB model, but a 64GB will also be available and will naturally cost more.
Despite being a smaller phone that looks more like a fifth generation model, the handset will have all the power of the larger iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. It will have the Touch ID fingerprint scanner and the clever dual flash camera that creates that amazingly soft lighting in your photos.
It also comes in four colours including the ever popular rose gold.
This isn't the only product joining the Apple family and the launch also saw the brand announce the new iPad Pro, a smaller model than the Pro version launched in September, plus a new version of the Apple Watch that cuts the price around $50 for entry level models, and, excitingly, a robot called Liam.
While he's not the type of robot who you can take home to do the washing up for you, he's been created especially to be able to deconstruct damaged iPhones so that its component parts can be reused to make new phones.
Pretty neat, right?