Apple has finally decided that size does matter. Once upon a time, we all wanted tiny, minuscule phones, as small technology seemed to suggest more advanced technology. But as we became accustomed to iPads and tablets, suddenly our need for a mini-machine was replaced with the desire to have a device that really could do it all, which meant having some heft in the hand. With the advent of both the iPhone 6S Plus and the Samsung Galaxy, phones have gotten big.
Too big, says Apple, who has decided that the arms race to the world's biggest phone is going to send us back in time, lugging around the brick phones of the '80s. So, today, it has decided to invoke the legacy left behind by RAZRs and Nokia. In other words, Apple is shrinking. Today, the Cupertino juggernaut announced the iPhone SE (pronounced iPhone "Essee"), which is a replacement for the 5S.
Ahead, check out the new device, and figure out for yourself if you want it.