If you were keeping updated in the weeks prior to Apple's March 21st event, you were likely well aware that the company was, supposedly, gearing to announce a sort of new
iPhone—the iPhone SE. Short for Special Edition, the iPhone SE really is a non-standard addition to Apple's portfolio, what with its literally identical iPhone 5s design, but iPhone 6s-level internals.
It's a strange proposition, and one aimed at current 4-inch iPhone users, or ones still in love with the edgier, more rectangular designs of old. And at "just" $399 for the 16GB model, the iPhone SE is on the affordable side for quite some people, making it a potential binge buy—whether for yourself, or as a giftie for a loved one.
According to the results of one of our latest polls
, our readers (predominantly Android users, which is an important takeaway) are mostly uninterested in the iPhone SE, with 73% claiming Apple won't see a cent of their money. On the other end of the spectrum, we've got about 19% who're outright interested, and a little over 8% who are considering gifting an iPhone SE to a loved one.