At Apple’s Keynote address, the Cupertino tech giant unveiled the iPhone SE, a blend of the smaller 4-inch iPhone 5s shell that many fans have loved for ages and the technology and features of Apple’s newer iPhones. The move is justified with hard figures, mainly the one that showed 30 million of last year’s 232 million iphones sold worldwide last year were the 4-inch model. People still want a smaller one, heck I personally miss the iPhone 5s. As much as I enjoy the 4.7-inch screen of the iPhone 6s, the design and compactness of the 5s just felt right. And the only reason I upgraded was to keep up with the technology, mainly the A9 chip and the beefed up camera. But with the iPhone SE, it seems like the folks that miss the 5s can have it all. It’s got Apple latest A9 chip, a 12-megapixel camera, can capture 4K video, and has Touch ID. The only thing not included from the latest 6s model seems to be 3D Touch. And given that the iPhone SE is priced at $399, we’ll take it. The iPhone SE will be available starting March 24th.