Apple briefly began reselling iPhone SE$17,199 apparatus in the US from clearance shops just four weeks later announcing discontinuation of its selling, media reports said. Immediately after being made accessible, the iPhone SE is now sold out.
Included in the sale on its own clearance store, Apple has been supplying the 32GB and 128GB storage variants of their iPhone SE for $249 (roughly Rs. 17,800) and $299 (roughly Rs. 21,400), respectively. The two models were priced at $349 (roughly Rs. 25,000) and $449 (approximately Rs. 32,100), respectively.
“These are brand new, unopened, and unlocked versions with unchanged tech specs, such as a 4-inch retina screen, A9 processor, Touch ID, and 12-megapixel rear camera,” MacRumors reported on Saturday.
The iPhone SE has been widely popular among users of smaller smartphones and those who preferred that the iPhone 5-like design.
However, famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo raised doubts on the chance of a new iPhone SE however in July 2018, a research company asserted that the company has abandoned its plans for a new iPhone SE, ” the report stated.
Apple had lowered its earnings guidance with the last quarter end with fewer upgrades than expected giving rise to speculations hinting that the organization is doing what it can to increase iPhone sales.
“It’s unclear why Apple is selling the iPhone SE again, but it would seem to be clearing out stock,” the report added.
There has not been any word from the iPhone-maker as of today about whether iPhone SE would be made available for resale in other countries. The iPhone SE was initially released in March 2016.