Apple's iPhone SE refuses to die, returning to the spotlight in a sweet new refurbished deal

Apple's iPhone SE refuses to die, returning to the spotlight in a sweet new refurbished deal
Officially discontinued last fall, the 2016-released iPhone SE essentially marked the end of an era. But even though Apple chose to keep the iPod Touch family alive rather than bring an oft-rumored iPhone SE sequel to market, the classic 4-inch handset lived on with regularly renewed "clearance" sales and killer prepaid deals.

You can also still find the iOS 12-running and iOS 13-supporting device at some crazy low prices in refurbished condition on eBay, while Woot is outdoing itself today by charging as little as $89.99 for an unlocked unit backed by a 90-day warranty. These are obviously not brand-new devices on sale here for 24 hours only, but "outside of their physical appearance", Woot promises you have nothing to worry about.

Rigorously tested and certified to be in "full working condition", these ultra-affordable 4-inchers can be activated on your GSM network of choice, be it AT&T or T-Mobile, but unfortunately not on CDMA carriers like Verizon or Sprint. For $89.99, you'll be getting a 16GB variant in one of four paint jobs, ranging from gold and rose gold to space gray and silver, the same color options being available (at least for the time being) as far as 32 and 64 gig storage configurations are concerned.

The latter costs $119.99, while the mid-tier model can be yours in exchange for $104.99, with all three price points feeling extremely reasonable when taking just the software support of the iPhone SE into consideration. Naturally, the hardware specifications are nothing to write home about, but they do include a premium design made from a robust combination of aluminum and glass, respectable battery life, a super-reliable Touch ID fingerprint sensor, and a tiny yet sharp IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 1136 x 640 pixels equating to a 326 ppi density.

Check out the deal here

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