Apple today rolled out a new addition to its line of iPhones. At an unveiling for the press in Cupertino, the company took the wraps off plans for the iPhone SE, a new 4-inch model.
Variety reports that the new phone features the same processor as the iPhone 6S, with which it shares much of its inner workings. It will be offered in the same colors as the iPhone 6S.
“The device will start selling for $399 for a 16GB model, with a 64GB version to be available for $499,” Variety reports. “Pre-orders will start on March 24, and the device will ship on March 31. Apple will also make the phone available through its monthly installment plan, starting at $17 per month for the 16 GB model. The company wants to have the device available in 100 countries by the end of May.”