Apple started accepting pre-orders for the iPhone SE (2nd Generation) on April 17th at 5 a.m. PDT. They started to prepare to ship this brand new device on or before April 20th for many users. Customers who pre-ordered the iPhone SE (2nd Generation) on April 17th, have started to receive their iPhone today (April 24th) as promised by Apple. The delivery dates were shifted to May soon after they started accepting Pre-orders.
As expected & promised by Apple, Customers have started to receive their iPhone SE (2nd Generation) units today (April 24th). The iPhone SE (2nd Generation) has officially been launched and you can now order yours on the Apple Store App & Website.
The iPhone SE comes in three color variants – Black, White and PRODUCT(RED) and with three storage options – 64GB at $399, 128GB at $449 and 256GB at $549. Read our full in-depth article about the iPhone SE (2nd Generation) here.
Your brand new iPhone SE will run iOS 13.4 out of the box. Apple had also released iOS 13.4.1 for the iPhone SE (2nd Generation) yesterday before it’s official launch. It is highly recommended to update your iPhone SE (2nd Generation) to iOS 13.4.1 once you have set it up! Go to Settings>General>Software Update to update your iPhone SE to the latest available public version of iOS. This update fixes a critical bug where iOS 13.4 users are unable to communicate with devices running iOS 9.3.6 and earlier or OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 and earlier via FaceTime. Read more about it here. iOS 13.4.5 beta is also available for the iPhone SE (2nd Generation). Read about it here.