If nothing else, Apple’s next iPhone will be unveiled next Monday, by then all medias and users around the world can watch the iPhone SE event live stream through various iOS devices, Mac and Windows PC. In the meantime Apple’s CEO Tim Cook will announce the detailed specifications, design, price and release date of iPhone SE. This means you guys want to buy the new iPhone should begin preparing now.
Like purchasing the previous iPhones, people need to know the following things right now.
When to start the iPhone SE preorder
Analysis in accordance with laws of the past, Pre Orders for the iPhone SE begin promptly at 12:01 am PDT / 3: 01 am EDT That means customers in the US will need to either stay up late or take a quick nap before rushing to their computers to order Apple’s latest smartphones. Once the iPhone SE released in the event, you can get ready by entering information about your wireless account and carrier on Apple’s website or Apple Store iOS app (just tap on “get ready to preorder iPhone SE” in the app).
Where You Can Preorder iPhone SE
There are several places to grab a reservation for the iPhone SE once preorders kick off Saturday morning. The first place to look will be Apple’s website and major wireless carrier websites such as AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint. Alternatively, Best Buy is also taking preorders at the same time, followed by in-store reservations at normal retail hours. Target is also participating in preorders both online and in-store, with iPhone SE prices starting at $399. Each retailer and carrier is offering its own incentives at launch as well, so if you’re looking for extra savings, be sure to check out the individual websites.
Pre-order the iPhone SE now from:
Apple Store VERIZON WIRELESS AT&T T-MOBILE SPRINT
During the preorder process, Apple asks shoppers for some information about their wireless account. This typically includes the customer’s cell phone number, ZIP/postal code and last four digits of the wireless account holder’s Social Security number. Those shopping through their carrier’s website should also have the login information of the primary account holder. This is especially important for AT&T customers who want two-year contracts, because subsidized iPhone SE prices on AT&T are available only when purchasing the phone directly from the carrier and not from Apple.
Following preorders, the iPhone SE will launch on March 24 through retail and carrier stores in several countries and markets, including Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Singapore, the U.K. and the U.S. The iPhone SE from $13.30/month with carrier financing.1 Or pay now from $399.