After months of rumors, Apple says its new edition of the old iPhone is shipping this month. Apple's entry-level iPhone has been one of the worst-kept secrets in technology, with spoilers swirling for months about an iPhone SE 2 and iPhone 9. Apple iPhone 9 smartphone price in India is likely to be Rs. 75,990. Apple iPhone 9 is rumored to be launched in the country on April 15, 2020. As for the color options, the Apple iPhone 9 smartphone may come in Black, Red, White Colours. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vt63Qs0MVqmg Apple unveiled a new iPhone SE with a 4.7-inch display as a follow-u[p to the original iPhone SE, released 4 years ago. The latest iPhone SE is essentially an iPhone 11 stuffed into the revamped body of an iPhone 8. Like the original SE, the new phone will start at $399 to $50 cheaper than the discontinued iPhone 8, which until this week, was the least expensive iPhone you could buy new. The New SE wil come in 3 colors black, white and Product Red and 3 storage options 64GB for $399, 128GB for $449 and 256GB for $549. https:\/\/twitter.com\/HYPEBEAST\/status\/1249361769979674624 The Phone has two main audiences budget-conscious buyers who aren't interested in paying $799 for an iPhone 11 much less $999 for a Pro and $1,099 for a Pro Max and those who prefer compact phones. The new iPhone SE has many of the features found in the more expensive iPhone 11 and 11 Pro, like an A13 Bionic processor. Qi wireless charging, haptic touch, and a True Tone Display though the SE doesn't have an OLED screen like it two Pro siblings. https:\/\/twitter.com\/QualityGadgets_\/status\/1250455419492929538 The new iPhone phone has a single rear 12-megapixel camera with a 28-millimeter f\/1.8 lens with Portrait Mode. Smart HDR and optical image stabilization. It's similar to the main camera found on the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro. Users who hate the thought of losing the home button should be really considering checking the new iPhone SE out as soon as possible - we'll try and get our hands on one as soon as we can to tell you how it performs- as It'll likely be the last phone Apple makes with this piece of Physical hardware It's not actually a clickable button.