Apple World has outgrown its mid-range successor to the new iPhone, the iPhone SE (2020), with the introduction of the iPhone SE (2022), in a dramatic update to its history. As can be seen on Apple’s website, clicking on ‘iPhone SE’ now takes you to the pre-orders for the iPhone SE (2022), not the 2020 model – in fact, the phone has been completely removed from Apple’s online store .
There is only one existing package in the accessories list, where the ‘iPhone SE (2nd generation)’ is listed in the Compatibility section for certain products. That comes as no surprise, as Apple is passionate about canning older iPhones when new ones are announced, although we would argue that the older iPhone SE should have been treated as a 4G companion to the new 5G model, because Connectivity is one of only changes between them. However, if you are interested in buying the iPhone SE (2020) and it has not been tested by the new model, there are actually ways to buy it again.
Although Apple has not re-launched the iPhone SE for two years, and is likely to re-launch its manufacturers into a new product, of course it is easier to buy the phone from retailers. That is because third-party stores also have their inventory of iPhone SE models (2020) to sell off, and depending on how big their stocks are, we may see the phone ready for the coming months.
Even once the new handsets are sold off, it is possible that a second product will be planted for the devices, which is something we have seen for other iPhones previously. The ‘new’ or ‘cool’ iPhones are popular, especially from retailers with great functions that ensure that the second-hand touch feels like a brand new one.
So do not worry – you did not lose your life to buy the iPhone SE (2020). In fact, you can find all the best deals on them here. Tom’s role in the TechRadar team is to specialize in phones and tablets, but he also acquires other technologies such as electric scooters, smartwatches, fitness trackers and more. He graduated from the American Academy of Sciences and Creativity from East Anglia University, and outside of TechRadar working in film.