Apple have announced the iPhone SE.
Becoming the tech giant’s new entry-level smartphone, the SE shares the design of the old iPhone 5S but comes packed with a lot more hardware updates.
Though a smaller 4-inch screen, it shares the same A9 processor as the iPhone 6S Plus and the same 12MP camera as seen in the 6S. True Tone flash is also present, as well as the new Live Photos feature, which lets users create their own GIF files by stitching together photos.
As well as now-regular silver and space grey colour choices, prospective SE owners can also choose from gold and rose gold (pink).
The phone will be available from March 31, with the 16GB model coming in at £359 and the 64GB version setting you back £439.