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|Sunday, March 27, 2016|
Enjoyed Jason Snell's description of precisely how an SE isn't a 6s inside on MacWorld, but I think I've found at least one important point I hadn't heard from the usual Mac media outlets when I tried to order this morning...
Seems legit. PCMag provides a link at Apple listing iPhone SE models, and there is a pretty serious difference between Sprint (A1723) and the "Other" model (A1662). (There's also a China-only model, A1724.)
To break that down a little for service jumpers...
There are three models of iPhone SE:
Man, what a mess. I was trying to get an unlocked phone to use on a Sprint MVNO (RingPlus), and ran into the Catch-22 of wanting a Sprint SE (A1723), but not being able to order one via the Apple Store iOS app or online without either 1.) An existing Sprint account, or 2.) Creating a Sprint account. Don't have, don't want.
So I ordered SIM-free & a Sprint-style RingPlus SIM, but now, apparently, that could cost me some LTE speed. And if I do get a Sprint version, I can't carrier hop to Verizon or AT&T as effectively.
I'll probably show up at the local Apple Store on the 31st and ask for help.
Also from PCMag...
It's a great phone at a great price, but not as straightforward a purchase as I'd've liked. By the time I had this sorted, I was already in the 4/1-4/5 delivery date range. Dang!
posted by ruffin at 3/27/2016 09:02:00 AM
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