It's almost three years old now, but if you're looking to get into the Apple ecosystem without parting with an arm or a leg, the company's iPhone SE will likely still prove to be a good option for budget-conscious buyers, especially those who yearn for the one-handed usability of iPhones past.
The company seems to have replenished its stock of the now-discontinued small-size alternative to the iPhone 6S, and is once again providing a rather appealing deal on the handset. The phone is now available for purchase in Rose Gold, Silver or Space Gray, starting at $249, with 32GB of internal storage. That marks a saving of $100 compared to its normal asking price of $349.
If you'd prefer the Gold option instead, you'll need to opt for the 128GB variant instead, costing you $299. While it costs a little more, the 128GB model also represents the better deal, saving you as much as $150 compared to its usual price of $449.
The iPhone SE is powered by the same A9 chip you'd find in its larger, more expensive siblings, the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. It's also still being supported by Apple, and is eligible for the iOS 12 upgrade that the company just pushed out near the end of last year.
If you'd like to grab one, you can head over to Apple's online store here. Stocks may not last forever, though, so it's best to grab the phone while you can.