iPhone SE with 256GB of storage no longer available on Apple Store

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Hours after launching its much-awaited iPhone series, Apple has discontinued the iPhone SE with 256GB of storage on Apple Store. However, the 64GB and 128GB variants are still available. As per Mashable India, the second generation of the iPhone SE launched in 2020 is currently only available with 64GB or 128GB of storage memory; a change that has likely happened after the iPhone 13 launch event Tuesday. Among other available old models like the iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 mini, and the iPhone 11; Apple still lists the iPhone SE in its online store.
Reportedly, the company might be ramping down production of the iPhone SE 256GB due to the over competitive factor with some other models.
On a related note, users can still buy the model from third party retailers.
Apple iPhone SE (2020) comes with a 4.7-inch Retina HD (750×1,334 pixels) IPS LCD display. It features Apple’s A13 Bionic chip. On the rear, the phone has a 12-megapixel camera with Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) with 4K 60fps video recording capability. The camera also allows you to capture portraits and supports Smart HDR. There is a 7-megapixel front camera for selfies.

Xiaomi announces 11-inch Pad 5 tablet

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is returning to Android tablets with the 11-inch Pad 5 after a few years. As per The Verge, the smartphone company recently announced the Xiaomi Pad 5 after the last 8-inch Mi Pad 4, the company launched in 2018. The Xiaomi Pad 5 which is launching in the company’s European markets is an 11-inch tablet with a WQHD+ 120Hz display, quad speakers, 6GB of RAM, and a Snapdragon 860 processor which is the new speed-bumped version of the 855, Qualcomm’s flagship chip from 2019. The tab has a 13-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel sensor on the front. As per The Verge, the new gadget looks like an iPad Pro. It has slim bezels and flat edges to the tablet-specific MIUI customizations like the apps dock. “The build isn’t as solid, and the screen doesn’t quite sit as flush with the chassis, but the inspiration is clear,” as per The Verge. The gadget’s screen and speaker quality are both good. Xiaomi product marketing head Abi Go told The Verge that the company thinks of the Pad 5 as a “portable workstation” as well as an entertainment device, and there will be stylus and keyboard accessories in some markets. Reportedly, the cost for a 128GB version tablet would be Euro 349 (USD 413), or Euro 399 (USD 472) for 256GB. Xiaomi has not announced a specific release date for the Pad 5, yet but has teased that the device’s launch will vary by region, according to The Verge.

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