Just collected my wife's new iPhone SE. Serial number analysis says manufactured in China week 10 (March) of 2018. Came with a completely flat battery but in original shrink-wrapped packaging. Had to upgrade IOS before restoring from the replaced phone backup.
That clearance page seems to be a bit fickle. If you start from www.apple.com and go to refurb/clearance > browse all > clearance, it seems to reset.One color left now. It won't be there long.
P.S. Apple inventory targets normally runs about 4-5 months (or less). 10+ month stuff is things they don't particularly like. Products that stay in that state are unlikely to be put in a high-priority development queue.Engadget said:Motorola's next RAZR revival could be a $1,500 foldable phone
Motorola's RAZR flip-phone is reportedly set for a $1,500 foldable makeover....
Thanks Ric. They're gone now. That went quick.There's just a gold, $249 32GB model at the moment, but if you need one...
There's just a gold, $249 32GB model at the moment, but if you need one...
Thanks Ric. They're gone now. That went quick.
And available at the moment (32GB gold only).Listed again at the time of this message.
Bargain hunters might want to continue refreshing.Apple said:128GB, $299.00
$449.00Special Offer - Promo - $150.00
$349.00Special Offer - Promo -$100.00
coconutBattery reports a manufacture date of 2018-06-18 (and full battery capacity).
Mainly price and size, but:
8. headphone jack
Those who want a newer model with a better camera and water resistance that's also bigger and heavier may be interested in iPhone 7 refurbs, which still retain an aluminum back (vs. the glass back of the iPhone 8).
- right price
- right size
- good features
- good quality
- good compatibility
- good experiences among many users since 2016
- aluminum back (not glass)
Probably rumor, as Apple would also have to ditch the 5s, 6, and 6s, and the SE and 6s were both sold within the last year. It would be highly unlikely that Apple would cut all of those out as the 6s and SE could still be under AppleCare from an initial purchase. Since Apple doesn’t backport security updates on iOS the way they do for macOS, it seems far more likely they will continue to support those phones for at least two more revisions. The 5s and possibly the 6 may drop but I doubt it would go beyond that.Is this a known fact, or just rumor?
A rumor as far as I know. I did a brief search and found articles (also rumors, of course) that predict the SE will run iOS 13, and possibly even iOS 14 and 15. The vast majority seem to predict that it will run iOS 13, at least. The SE has an A9 chip, the same as the 6s, and was released in 2016. Of course, we won't find out for sure until this summer...Is this a known fact, or just rumor?
Now that SEs are back again, I can see that I optimistically and erroneously read this as "128 GB now $150," but "-$150.00" means "$150 off list," i.e., $299 for a 128GB model, same as past clearance sales. Still a good deal.
Really? That seems to be a rumor completely devoid of any firm foundation. Do you know something that the rest of us don't?
MacRumors said:Questionable Rumor Suggests iOS 13 Will Drop Compatibility for iPhone 5s Through iPhone 6s
The Verifier has updated the original article to list the lack of iOS 13 support for the iPhone SE and iPhone 6s as "questionable" rather than concrete.
More 128GB SEs are available as of 12:20 CST March 8.SEs are back again, all colors & storage with various SIMs :
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