Today marks the launch of 4-inch iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro sales in Canada, the U.S. and more (Australia, China (Wi-Fi models only for iPad Pro), France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Singapore, the UK, US Virgin Islands).
With today’s launch, Canada’s ‘Big 3’ carriers Rogers, TELUS and Bell (and Fido, Koodo Mobile, Virgin) have made the iPhone SE official on their website, with prices starting at $99 for the 16GB model and $229 for the 64GB, on two-year terms with minimum $80 plans.
Other Canadian carrier contract pricing for iPhone SE is as follows:
- Eastlink offers iPhone SE for $0 on two-year terms for 16GB/64GB
- MTS at $99/$229 for 16GB/64GB
- Videotron at $0/$99.95 for 16GB/64GB
- SaskTel at $78.99/$208.99 for 16GB/64GB.
Unlocked prices from Apple are $579/$709 for 16GB/64GB models respectively.
As for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, prices start at $799 CAD for the 32GB Wi-Fi model, set to arrive today if you preordered last week, while they are also now available in Apple Stores and authorized retailers such as Best Buy, Costco.ca and more.
We’ll have a quick first-impressions post of both new devices coming soon, stay tuned. What are you expecting to arrive today, or what did you buy at an Apple Store?