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Apple's entry-level iPhone SE now offers consumers even more value, doubling its entry-level capacity to 32 gigabytes of storage for $399, or offering four times that — 128 gigabytes — for $100 more.
The new iPhone SE is set to go on sale this Friday, March 24, at 8:01 Pacific. As before, it still boasts an A9 processor and comes in color options of silver, gold, space gray, and rose gold.
Unlike Apple's flagship handsets, it lacks a 3D Touch display, though its processor and rear facing 12-megapixel camera are equal to that of the iPhone 6s.
Previously, the iPhone SE started with 16 gigabytes of storage and maxed out with a 64-gigabyte model. The 64-gigabyte version had been discounted to $449, but as of Tuesday those storage sizes are no longer listed on the Apple Store.
AppleInsider reviewed the iPhone SE when it first launched last year, and found it to be a great value and powerful handset in the 4-inch form factor. The iPhone SE sports the same design as the classic iPhone 5s and iPhone 5 series.