Apple iPhone SE (2022) goes on sale in first wave countries
The iPhone SE (2022) is the most affordable entry into Apple’s smartphone ecosystem and it’s now on open sale in the first wave of markets. These include major markets such as the US, UK, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India and Japan among others. Users get to choose between three storage trims - 64GB, 128GB and 256GB as well as three colors options - Midnight Black, Starlight White and (Product) Red.
Apple US currently has the phone delivery estimate at one business day so those who pre-order today can expect their phone on Monday. Availability and shipping rates vary depending on the market so you should check in with your local Apple store just in case. The new iPhone SE brings the same basic design as its predecessor but with an A15 chipset at the helm and 5G connectivity.
|Canada||CAD 579||CAD 649||CAD 789|
|Australia||AUD 719||AUD 799||AUD 969|
|UAE||AED 1,849||AED 2,059||AED 2,479|
|Hong Kong||HKD 3,699||HKD 4,149||HKD 4,999|
|China||CNY 3,499||CNY 3,899||CNY 4,699|
|India||INR 43,900||INR 48,900||INR 58,900|
|Japan||JPY 57,800||JPY 63,800||JPY 76,800|
- 07 Apr 2022
I think you're so out of technology. Talk about real usage, not people who buys phone thinking they'll need to replace battery in the near future.
- 20 Mar 2022
I don't know which phone you were using but all custom ROMs can't be bad. If you needed stability then you should have used a stable ROM rather than a Nightly build. The latter are supposed to be bad. It is like using beta software.
- 20 Mar 2022
Their corporate tax has absolutely NOTHING to do with VAT. VAT is the cost users pay, not the company.