In March 2016, Apple Inc made an announcement of the launch of the iPhone SE or Special Edition. This iPhone was smaller than the other version extant at the same time (the iPhone 6s). In fact, the iPhone SE had the same physical design and dimensions as a previous model, the popular iPhone 5s, but had the improved functionality of the 6s and was targeted at people who wanted advanced functionality but in a smaller iPhone. There had been reports in the press of people suffering discomfort in holding large phones and phablets, so the iPhone SE was an ideal solution, offering a 4-inch screen and all the internal improvements that had only so far been available in a large handset, and what’s more, it even fitted into phone cases designed for the 5s.
Versions of the iPhone SE with increased storage capacity were also released a year later in March 2017. All versions of the SE had the Apple A9 CPU, the most advanced available at the time, and the M9 motion co-processor. The iPhone SE also had the same 12MP rear camera capable of 4K video as the 6s, and was one of the lightest-weight iPhones ever released. Popular thought the iPhone SE was, production was discontinued in 2018.
Small enough to fit easily into a pocket or a handbag, the iPhone SE is such a handy-sized high-technology companion. However, if your SE has suffered a problem such as a damaged screen, a dying battery or any other issue, iTechnician is on-hand to solve it for you. Our iTechnicians are total experts in all things Apple, so whether it’s as simple as an iPhone SE screen repair or battery replacement, or your phone needs a more detailed diagnosis and repair, they are the people to trust. They work quickly – either at their own dedicated repair centre, or they can carry their expertise to you at your office or home, and they can bring your precious iPhone back to full working order, often within one hour. A quote for your iPhone SE repair will cost you nothing, so don’t hesitate, call in an iTechnician today.
iPhone SE repair costs vary and are constantly changing. We will keep updating this page so you can get an idea on what you should be paying for repairs in your area.