The current iPhone SE starts at $349.
Three weeks later, the company is continuing to improve its shipping times for the iPhone X, as Apple Canada's website now shows 1-2 weeks for all models. This will effectively be Apple's "budget" iPhone, which the company will primarily push in markets like India and China.
Apple may be pondering an iPhone SE sequel. Any iPhone SE 2 launch would likely to take place in spring next year, as Apple looks to wrest the initiative from mobile makers in the wake of February's Mobile World Congress. The device will be exclusively manufactured by Wistron in India, who is already manufacturing some of the current iPhone SE. So, it won't be surprising if the new iPhone SE 2 does well. Previous rumors had suggested that the handset would launch this year.
Although the iPhone SE hasn't been refreshed since its 2016 launch, Apple did double the storage of the devices to 64GB and 128GB in March of this year. The upcoming iPhone is also expected to feature standard 3.5 mm headphone jack, so, one can expect decent quality earphones inside the retail package.
For people that were disappointed with Apple's move to larger 4.7- and 5.5-inch form-factors (at the time), the 4-inch iPhone SE represented a modern, lithe smartphone for those people that didn't want to pay flagship prices.
To recall, the iPhone SE is powered by a 64-bit A9 chipset, faster GPU, and M9 motion coprocessor for Always-On 'Hey Siri.' The iPhone SE has received massive improvements in comparison to the 2013 "5S model". It is also reported that it will come with a price tag of $450.