iPhone SE release in the Philippines may happen in May as the device remains unavailable in its website.
Tech giant Apple recently unveiled the iPhone SE and was available for pre-order on Mar. 24 on its key markets. Moreover, the device will be available in Apple stores in United States, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Singapore, and the United Kingdom starting Mar. 31.
Apparently, Apple staggered the release of the new smartphone and it will arrive in some countries at a later date. In the Philippine website of Apple, the site says "check back later for availability," which means that the device is “coming soon”.
In an earlier statement, Apple confirmed that the iPhone SE will be available in 110 countries overall by the end of May. The smartphone costs $399, which is around 18,000 pesos and is almost half the price of full-fledged iPhone.
iPhone SE is Apple’s offering to the mid-range market, which is crowded with Android OS-based smartphones.
iPhone SE Features
Screen Display: 4.7 inches screen display
Processor: A9 chipset, 2GB RAM
Storage: 16GB and 64GB
Operating System: iOS version 9.3
Camera: 12 MP Back Camera; 1.2 Front Facing Shooter
Battery: 1,642mAh battery with up to 14 hours talk time
Below is the timeline of iPhone SE release:
United Arab Emirates
Isle of Man