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iPhone 5s users can upgrade to iPhone SE for just $10/month

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iPhone 5s users can upgrade to iPhone SE for just $10/month

Apple's encouraging iPhone 5s users to upgrade to the brand new 4-inch SE with a tempting industry-in deal.

In what would possibly come as no wonder, Apple in reality needs you to upgrade your antique iPhone 5s to the brand new 4-inch iPhone SE. It's already probably the most reasonably priced iPhone fashions, however the corporate is making it additional-interesting to users of its oldest 4-inch fashions with a horny great trade-in deal.

Available most effective in retail outlets beginning March 31, you can deliver on your antique iPhone 5s and get $150 in money, which is sweet. Alternatively, you can industry it for a 16GB iPhone SE and pay just $10/month for years. (You can additionally industry it in for an iPhone 6s for $20/month, however Apple's banking on the truth that 4-inch telephone users are going to need to industry for more recent 4-inch iPhones.)

In distinction, users buying and selling in a 5 or 5c have have to pay $12/month, and 4/4s users $14; if you wish to have to industry in an iPhone 6, the SE is not even to be had as an ordinary buying and selling choice, although it's to be had for industry in (most likely round $4-8/month, given the pricing choices for the iPhone 6s/6s Plus).

$10/month necessarily allows you to acquire your new SE for $240, slightly than the $399 beginning worth for the 16GB style; this may web you an additional $9 over figuring out to industry on your iPhone 5s for money, then shopping for the 16GB SE outright.

In brief: You get to stroll away with Apple's latest 4-inch phone, and your antique iPhone 5s will get to spend a few high quality time with Liam the happy disassembling robot.

We'll have additional info on pre-ordering and shopping for the iPhone SE coming to iMore very quickly, however within the intervening time, tell us when you've got any questions and we're going to try to take on them.

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