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You can now preorder the iPhone SE 2020, the iStore announced on Friday.
The phone, which was announced by Apple earlier this month, is the refreshed version of the company’s budget device it launched back in 2016.
You can read more about its specs here, but what’s important to note in the price.
In the US, the phone will be sold at $399. For South Africa, that price is R9999. Notably, that’s also just R1000 more than the original budget iPhone.
iStore is also offering users a free extended warranty and screen replacement for those who preorder.
And speaking of that preorder, you can order the device from Friday 8 May. It’ll begin shipping to customers’ doors from 11 May.
Feature image: Apple