Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Apple has unveiled a new iPhone with a four-inch screen, aiming to reach consumers looking for a handset that is more affordable and compact than its flagship models.
The new device -- called the iPhone SE -- will debut at $399 for US customers without a contract subsidy, in a significant cut from the price of its larger iPhones.
The company also showed off at the event was a new iPad Pro that moves smaller -- a 9.7-inch (24.6-centimeter) display compared with the 12.9-inch (32.8-centimeter) model on the original business-geared tablet.
Apple will be taking orders Thursday (March 24) for the new iPhone SE and iPad Pro, with deliveries set for March 31.
While more markets will be added in April, the following countries will have the first delivery of the latest gadgets.