Rejoice lovers of petite-sized iPhones, for Apple is grantingadditional storage bounty announcing today its doubling the current storage capacity of the iPhone SE.
The new four-inch-display iPhone comes with either32GB or128GB onboard storage, replacing the prior 16GB and 64GB models but with only a smallprice-tag bump for the more capacious model (+ $50, to $499), and no price change for the $399 starter model.
As with alliOS devices, theres noabilityfor users to expand storage capacity themselves via a removable memory card. You get what youre given on the storage front so being given more is very welcome.
Cupertino launched the iPhone SEa year ago, reviving the four-inch display design it debuted on the iPhone 5, back in 2012 throwing a bone to lovers of smaller phones. Yetnot throwing in a whole lot of storage.
Indeed, Applehas been criticized for continuing to sell a handset with just 16GB of onboard storage in an age of smartphone-powered rich media sharing. And, well, it finally looks to have listened keeping the $399 starter price for the cheapestiPhone SE butdoubling thestorage.