Apple Will Launch iPhone SE As An Experiment To Define Pricing Model?

iPhone SE

Apple is expected to unveil its 4-inch iPhone SE on its scheduled event. The 4-inched device is expected to revive the older, smaller touch of the Cupertino giant. Various analysts have passed various remarks on the size and the other details of the Smartphone.

This time again Piper Jaffray analyst, Gene Munster, has stated that Apple’s new 4-inch iPhone SE will give the company an opportunity to experiment with pricing its older models. As per different analysts, iPhone SE will be priced somewhere around $450. As per Munster’s prediction, the revival of the old-styled phones will allow the company to price its devices around $250 and $350. J.P. Morgan analyst Rod Hall has also supported this point of view.

iPhone SE

It is clear that Apple is trying to set a perfect atmosphere for iPhone SE launch by cutting down the prices of iPhone 4S and iPhone 5S in India. The iPhone 4S was the most popular device in the region with the cost of $175. However, after the model went away from the scene iPhone 5S took its place with a price of $372 USD. The price mentioned is after a 50% discount which was initiated in December.

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As mentioned above, iPhone SE will be making its first official appearance be unveiled at a media event being held on March 21st. The Smartphone is rumored to be powered by Apple’s latest A9 chipset. There will be Live Photos without 3D-Touch support. The device is also expected to come with NFC support and Apple Pay.

Ming-Chi Kuo, another Apple analyst, has also revealed that the device will come along with a 12MP rear camera.

Let’s wait and see what price this phone will come up with. Also, will iPhone SE be able to set a new trend for Apple pricing? We only have to assume!

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