If you prefer your iPhones on the smaller side, then you may be pleased to hear that rumours are pointing to a new version of the iPhone SE launching in 2018. Want to know more? In our iPhone SE 2 rumours article, we collect and analyse the clues, hints and evidence pointing to the release date of Apple’s follow-up to the iPhone SE, as well as the iPhone SE 2’s tech specs, design, new features and UK pricing.
The original iPhone SE was announced in March 2016, but it didn't get a significant update in 2017. (It just got a bump in storage to 32- and 128GB.) Instead, it's looking like the iPhone SE will get an update in spring 2018, with March looking most likely.
The iPhone SE is currently available in 32GB and 128GB versions. In the UK the 32GB model costs £379; 128GB is £479. (For comparison, in the US the iPhone SE costs $399 for 32GB and $449 for 129GB.)
We expect the iPhone SE 2 to be similarly priced when it launches.
While the iPhone SE looks similar to the iPhone 5S, there is an expectation that the iPhone SE 2 will look more like the iPhone 8, although it is expected to have smaller dimensions.
One thing that is likely to change is the colour options. The iPhone SE is currently available in Silver, Gold, Space Grey and Rose Gold options. The iPhone SE 2 is likely to be available in Silver, Gold, and Space Grey.