The iPhone SE (2020) offers great value
In the age of corona, people are laid off, money is tight, but the smartphone has become a necessary communications device which ties us to family, friends and loved ones, and even work. For the 50% of people living below the poverty line who don’t have broadband access, they often rely on smartphones to accomplish things like paying bills and accessing services that have gone mainly online.
If you’re in need of a new phone but money is tight, Apple’s value proposition is this model, the iPhone SE (2020). Priced at $450, the phone has most of the features of a high-end model. Now, that $450 price point is for the middle-tier 128 GB model. If your budget allows for it, it’s a great choice to start there instead of the $400 level for only 64 GB of storage. If you choose the 64 GB option, you’ll be dumping pictures and videos every time you need to update the operating system.