Here it is, it's official, Apple's brand new phone that's designed for people who don't have enough for an iPhone 6S but don't want to be seen with a £99 Android. This is the closest we'll get to a proper budget iPhone that isn't an iPod.
Anyway, enough whining. Now that we know all about the new phone, we've starting hearing about who's selling the phone and how much it'll cost you. So let's take a look.
As you'd expect, the new models are already available to view on the Apple website. Pre-orders open on the 24th March, and the iPhone SE will go on general sale on the 31st.
The phone is available with 16 or 64GB of storage, costing £359 and £439 respectively. It's available in the usual silver, rose gold, gold, and space grey.
EE has confirmed that it will be selling the iPhone SE, but has yet to reveal any details on pricing or availability.
O2 has announced that the phone will be coming to its network, but hasn't provided any details thus far.
Three has confirmed that the iPhone SE will be available on the network in all four colours, but has yet to reveal specifics on pricing. It has been confirmed that anyone buying the new phone will get the usual perks, including 4G at no extra cost, Feel at Home (letting you use your allowances in 18 foreign countries without penalty), and a free six month subscription to Deezer.
No details on pricing yet, but Vodafone will be carrying the new iPhone on its network. Perks-wise, anyone signing up will get two months of free unlimited data with Vodafone's Data Test Drive. The SE will also have Wi-Fi calling, so people can stay in touch if there's no phone signal.