Discontinued iPhone SE reappears for sale in Apple's online clearance section for $249
Apple has made more stock of the iPhone SE available through the clearance section of its online store, giving users wanting to pick up the compact iPhone yet another chance to buy one from the company directly, though it is likely to be a short-lived sale.
The iPhone SE has been added to the roster of products in Apple's online Clearance section again, following after a very brief appearance of the smartphone on the page in January. All three models offered in the store are being sold at a discount of between $100 and $150, depending on capacity.
The Gold-colored model is being sold with a 32-gigabyte capacity, priced at $249, while the Space Gray and Silver options are available with 128 gigabytes of storage and cost $299 each. All three models are being offered brand new and unopened, as well as unlocked to be used with any carrier.
The previous appearance of the iPhone SE on the Clearance page was brief, with the options disappearing from view within 48 hours of availability. It is unknown how long the iPhone SE will be available to buy this time, as it depends on Apple's stock levels, but it is likely to last for a few days.
The iPhone SE is a more compact model than the others currently offered by Apple, equipped with a four-inch display with Touch ID and powered by an A9 processor. Apple discontinued sale of the model in September, alongside the iPhone X, iPhone 6S, and iPhone 6S Plus.
There have been rumors of a second-generation iPhone SE, but so far there doesn't appear to be any sign it will be unveiled by Apple anytime soon.
Here's where you can still get an iPhone SE
Although iPhone SE devices are becoming harder to find, there are still several third-party retailers that have the phones in stock. If you want a new model, eBay is your best bet. If you're open to a refurbished model, Amazon and BuyBackWorld are viable options.
Retailers with the iPhone SE in stock: