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Apple is selling the iPhone SE again, its smallest, cheapest, and arguably best phone

Business Insider Sunday, 20 January 2019
Apple is selling the iPhone SE again, its smallest, cheapest, and arguably best phone· *Apple is quietly selling the iPhone SE via the clearance section of its site, starting at $249.*
· *The 4-inch iPhone packs the guts of an iPhone 6S into the body of a smaller iPhone 5S.*
· *The device was discontinued in September 2018 but was hugely popular among Apple cognoscenti.*

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