If you've been holding on to your iPhone 5 model, waiting patiently for Apple to upgrade the specs of the phone — but leave the screen size alone — you're in luck.
Apple announced the iPhone SE at its Monday event. It packs a lot of power, but it's still missing 3D Touch.
Apple's calling it "the most powerful 4-inch phone ever." And that's mostly thanks to a processor upgrade. The new, smaller phone will have the same A9 chip that's in the iPhone 6s.
The iPhone SE will also have a 12-megapixel iSight camera, capable of shooting 4K video and taking live photos. And for selfie-takers, the phone will have an HD FaceTime camera with True Tone flash.
Other upgrades to the smaller screen include Touch ID, better connectivity over Wi-Fi and LTE and "Hey Siri" support.
So, if you want to, you can summon Siri with the sound of your voice on a smaller phone for a lesser price. The iPhone SE starts at $399 for 16GB of space and tops out at $499 for 64GB. Orders begin March 24, and the phone goes on sale March 31.
This video includes clips from Apple.