Back in 2015, Apple disappointed fans by stopping the iPhone C range after the success of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6S Plus. However, iPhone SE was launched by the company, which was speculated for a very long time.

Apple launched the iPhone 5 SE at an event on March 21 at Cupertino, as well as a 9.7-inch iPad Pro and new bands of Apple Watch. It was reported that Apple will start the pre-orders for the iPhone SE on Mar 24 and shipping will be done on Mar. 24.

Similar to iPhone 6S, iPhone SE is available in silver, gold, Space Grey, and Rose Gold. The device comes in 16GB and 64GB storage models which are priced at £359 (AU$ 531.34) , £439 (AU$ 649.75) respectively.

The UK’s four main mobile operators like EE, Carphone Warehouse, Three and Vodafone are taking pre-orders and soon O2 will be in the line.

EE offer a deal for a 24-month contract of 16GB iPhone SE which 1GB data, unlimited texts and 500 minutes for £29.99 (AU$ 44.39) per month. View that deal here.

Vodafone UK offers a standard 2-month Test Drive with unlimited 4G data access. Interested users can pre-order from here. Similarly, Three also offers to register the customer’s interest and will also offer iPhone SE in all colours. Along with that, a free 6-month subscription to a music streaming service Deezer will be provided. The company has also announced that its entire network offers free international roaming in 18 countries will stand with the handset.

Apart from Vodafone UK, EE, and Three, the London-based Carphone Warehouse allows you to pre-order, while also takes pre-orders for iPhone SE.

It is worth noting that interested buyers who order from a specific operator will initially get the locked iPhones to use on that network, however, it is possible to unlock it in the future for users who decide to switch to other service providers.