We’re evolving how to get you what you need.
Visit us in-store for a safe shopping and service experience, or shop online for pickup or delivery.Learn more
Lots to love. Less to spend.
Now available on your choice of network from $0 down.

  • Wireless Carrier
  • Bell(6)
  • Fido(6)
  • Koodo(6)
  • Rogers(6)
  • TELUS(6)
  • Virgin Mobile(6)

  • Brands
  • APPLE(36)

  • Display Size (inches)
  • 4.7(36)

  • Storage Capacity (GB)
  • 128(18)
  • 64(18)

  • Price
  • Less than $100(36)

  • Wi-Fi Compatibility
  • Wi-Fi 6(36)

  • Sellers
  • BestBuyCanada(36)

  • Customer Rating
  • 5(1)
  • 4(1)

36 results

Sort

The iPhone for anyone

Bringing it all back

The new iPhone SE brings back what has become a familiar look on the outside, taking a design that started with the iPhone 6 and changing what’s possible on the inside. Apple has put its most powerful chipset, the same A13 Bionic processor used in the iPhone 11 Pro, into the 2nd-generation iPhone SE, capable of delivering faster speed and better graphics performance in a smaller frame.

That brings a number of features and performance upgrades, including past ones unavailable on other current models. The familiar Touch ID lets you unlock your phone using your fingerprint, and you can always use the iconic Home button to navigate your way back to where you started in iOS.

The 4.7-inch Retina HD display is also a familiar size, taking its design cues from the iPhone 8 and other previous models. It’s larger than the previous iPhone SE, yet still ensures smaller hands have an easier time handling it over other larger iPhones.

Keeping things current

The 12-megapixel rear camera has an f/1.8 aperture, optical image stabilization and includes various software features. You can shoot using Portrait Mode and the studio effects that come with it, as well as Smart HDR for better dynamic range. Recording video in 4K resolution is as easy as holding down the shutter button to start filming. And if a third-party photo app is more to your liking, you can download it from the App Store.

The new iPhone SE starts out at 64GB, leaving a reasonable amount of storage to work with for files, photos and apps. For even more, there’s a 128GB version to double capacity and add extra peace of mind. When you need some backup, iCloud is readily available as an option in the cloud.

With the same size, battery life should be on par with what an iPhone 8 can manage. But the iPhone SE can charge fast — up to 50 percent charge in 30 minutes when using an 18W charger. It also supports wireless charging, adding the convenience of placing it on a Qi-enabled charging pad or stand to fill up.

Carrying some protection

Apple has given the 2nd generation iPhone SE an IP67 rating for water-resistance, meaning it can survive an accidental dip in water or getting caught in a little rain. But its body isn’t any tougher than previous models were, so some extra protection may be helpful.

There are a number of cases you can get to cover it up and save it from damage. You can choose a case specially made for the 2nd generation iPhone SE, or even use cases made for the iPhone 8, since the phones are the same size. The only difference is that the Apple logo is in a different position, in case you want a case that is see-through or has a cut-out to align with the logo.

A tempered glass screen protector is another option to keep the display clear of scratches, blemishes and chips. If you need an extra Lightning cable for the car, or even a wireless charging pad to keep handy at home, the 2nd generation iPhone SE works with a wide variety of accessories.

The iPhone for anyone

Bringing it all back

The new iPhone SE brings back what has become a familiar look on the outside, taking a design that started with the iPhone 6 and changing what’s possible on the inside. Apple has put its most powerful chipset, the same A13 Bionic processor used in the iPhone 11 Pro, into the 2nd-generation iPhone SE, capable of delivering faster speed and better graphics performance in a smaller frame.

That brings a number of features and performance upgrades, including past ones unavailable on other current models. The familiar Touch ID lets you unlock your phone using your fingerprint, and you can always use the iconic Home button to navigate your way back to where you started in iOS.

The 4.7-inch Retina HD display is also a familiar size, taking its design cues from the iPhone 8 and other previous models. It’s larger than the previous iPhone SE, yet still ensures smaller hands have an easier time handling it over other larger iPhones.

Keeping things current

The 12-megapixel rear camera has an f/1.8 aperture, optical image stabilization and includes various software features. You can shoot using Portrait Mode and the studio effects that come with it, as well as Smart HDR for better dynamic range. Recording video in 4K resolution is as easy as holding down the shutter button to start filming. And if a third-party photo app is more to your liking, you can download it from the App Store.

The new iPhone SE starts out at 64GB, leaving a reasonable amount of storage to work with for files, photos and apps. For even more, there’s a 128GB version to double capacity and add extra peace of mind. When you need some backup, iCloud is readily available as an option in the cloud.

With the same size, battery life should be on par with what an iPhone 8 can manage. But the iPhone SE can charge fast — up to 50 percent charge in 30 minutes when using an 18W charger. It also supports wireless charging, adding the convenience of placing it on a Qi-enabled charging pad or stand to fill up.

Carrying some protection

Apple has given the 2nd generation iPhone SE an IP67 rating for water-resistance, meaning it can survive an accidental dip in water or getting caught in a little rain. But its body isn’t any tougher than previous models were, so some extra protection may be helpful.

There are a number of cases you can get to cover it up and save it from damage. You can choose a case specially made for the 2nd generation iPhone SE, or even use cases made for the iPhone 8, since the phones are the same size. The only difference is that the Apple logo is in a different position, in case you want a case that is see-through or has a cut-out to align with the logo.

A tempered glass screen protector is another option to keep the display clear of scratches, blemishes and chips. If you need an extra Lightning cable for the car, or even a wireless charging pad to keep handy at home, the 2nd generation iPhone SE works with a wide variety of accessories.