Some of you may remember that Apple discontinued its last iPhones with headphone jacks after the launch event for its new iPhones last year. It also discontinued the original iPhone X in addition to the iPhone SE and iPhone 6s. All of the models were removed from the company’s website as well. However, it appears that Apple has quietly started selling the iPhone SE once again.

Apple was selling the iPhone SE with 32GB and 128GB of storage for $349 and $449 prior to discontinuing the handset late last year. The folks at Macrumors have noticed that the iPhone SE is once again available for purchase through Apple’s website. It’s listed in the clearance section and Apple is selling the 32GB and 128GB storage variants for $249 and $299 respectively.

The company originally launched the iPhone SE back in March 2016. It was well received by those who don’t like having large-sized phones with massive displays. It appealed to a certain section of the market and Apple did sell quite a few units.

Given that Apple has quietly listed the iPhone SE for sale once again but through the clearance section of its online store, it’s likely that the company is simply getting rid of the inventory it has in storage. These are brand new units which have never been opened and are unlocked.

Whatever its reasons for doing this, if you’ve been meaning to pick up a reasonably sized iPhone with a headphone jack and an enticing price, this is your moment.

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