Apple has decided to stop selling iPhone 8 and iPhone 8+ on their site after launching the much anticipated iPhone SE 2020.
This wasn’t unexpected as the iPhone SE 2020 is basically the successor to the iPhone 8 without a plus version.
Many are not surprised as the iPhone SE 2020 is a superior model to the iPhone 8 at a lower price valued at $388, which is $50 less than the iPhone 8.
The new SE comes in the exact same size as the base iPhone 8, but packs in the newer A13 Bionic processor which you can also find in the iPhone 11.
Although the iPhone 8 and 8+ can no longer be found on the Apple website, it will be available in selected e-commerce websites such as Amazon, Flipkart and it will also be available through selected retailers.
The 12-megapixel camera sensor has been improved too and Apple is calling it the best single-camera system on an iPhone ever.
However, the difference in the phones are not that much different. The batteries are the same in both phones.
The iPhone SE 2020 features a 4.7-inch Retina HD Display and it is available in three colour options such as the black, white and the Red.
The iPhone SE 2020 has the insides of the iPhone 11 series.
The smartphone comes in three storage options- the 64GB, 128GB and the 256GB.
The iPhone SE will be available for pre-order on April 17 and Apple will start shipping the devices on April 24 in the US.