You can order Apple's new 4-inch iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro this very week -- read on to find out when you can get your hands on the new smartphone and tablet and how much they'll cost you.
Apple today announced the new iPhone and iPad Pro at a live event in San Francisco.
The 4-inch SE smartphone packs the same 64-bit A9 processor as its larger siblings, the iPhone 6 and 6S. It boasts a 12-megapixel camera and comes in four colours.
The SE will start from £359 for the 16GB model, and £439 for the 64GB model. Those prices are direct from Apple or other shops when you buy the phone on its own without a phone contract.
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So far, UK networks EE, Three and Vodafone have confirmed they will sell the iPhone SE on contracts. High-street store Carphone Warehouse and its own network iD have also confirmed they will carry the phone, as well as budget networks GiffGaff and Tesco Mobile. No doubt all the other UK networks and retailers will stock it, as usual.
Vodafone and EE are the first networks to confirm they will sell the iPad Pro. The new iPad Pro is a smaller, 9.7-inch version of the 12-inch iPad Pro launched last year.
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UK iPad Pro 9.7 prices
The model with 4G LTE for connecting to the Web when you're out and about starts at £599 with 32GB of storage. The 128GB model costs £719, and the 256GB version will set you back £839.
Without 4G, the Wi-Fi-only model starts at £499 for the 32GB version. The 128GB model is £619 and the 256GB model £739.
You won't have to wait long to get your hands on either the SE or the iPad Pro. They will both be available to order in the UK at the same time as the US, Australia and other countries this Thursday, 24 March. Orders will be delivered a week later on 31 March and, if you prefer to buy in person, they'll both be on shop shelves on the same day.
Extras will also be available from Apple. A leather case for the SE, in black or midnight blue, will be available from Apple for £29.
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