iPhone SE pre-order now available in Australia

Brodie Fogg 24 March 2016 NEWS

iphone seApple's compact iPhone SE is now available for pre-order worldwide. Here's where you can order from in Australia and how much you can pick it up for.

Announced just two days ago at the Apple Event, the iPhone SE is now available for pre-order through Apple's online store. The iPhone SE is available in four colours; Gold, Silver, Space Gold and Rose Gold, and is available in 16GB and 64GB.

How much does the iPhone SE cost in Australia?

You can pick up the Apple iPhone SE 16GB for $679.00 and the 64GB for $829.00. Alternatively, Apple offers the option to finance your handset purchase through a GEmoney credit line at 0% interest for 12 months. This requires a monthly payment of $61.53 for the 16GB model and $74.03 for the 64GB model to pay off the handset in 12 months and to avoid accumulating interest.

We'll also update our mobile plan comparison engine as soon as Australian telcos announce plans for iPhone SE contracts.

Purchase the iPhone SE now

Purchase the iPhone SE now from Apple Store

The Apple iPhone SE has a smaller 4-inch display and the same processing power as the iPhone 6S. Here's where you can purchase yours today.

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It's worth noting that Apple also offers free shipping on purchases through its online store.

iPhone SE: What's in the box?

When you purchase the iPhone SE, you get the usual Apple accessories packaged with it, including:

  • Apple EarPods with Remote and Mic,
  • Lightning to USB charging cable,
  • 5W USB Power Adapter,
  • And of course, the iPhone SE

what's in the box

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