Apple briefly began reselling iPhone SE$17,199 apparatus in the US from clearance shops only four weeks after announcing discontinuation of its selling, media reports stated. Immediately after being made accessible, the iPhone SE is now sold out.
Included in the sale on its clearance shop, Apple was supplying the 32GB and 128GB storage versions of the iPhone SE for $249 (roughly Rs. 17,800) and $299 (roughly Rs. 21,400), respectively. Both versions were previously priced at $349 (approximately Rs. 25,000) and $449 (approximately Rs. 32,100), respectively.
The iPhone SE has been widely popular among users of smartphones and those who favored the iPhone 5-like design.
However, famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo increased doubts on the chance of a new iPhone SE but in July 2018, a research company claimed that the company has abandoned its plans for a new iPhone SE, the report said.
Apple had also lowered its revenue guidance together with the previous quarter ending with fewer updates than anticipated giving rise to speculations hinting that the organization is doing everything it could to increase iPhone sales.
“It is unclear why Apple is promoting the iPhone SE again, but it might seem to be clearing out stock,” the report added.
There’s been no word from the iPhone-maker as of today about whether or not iPhone SE could be made available for resale from other nations. The iPhone SE was originally published in March 2016.