Target just released a company memo instructing its employees to return the unsold stocks of the iPhone SE to Apple. The move is now seen as an indication that Apple could release a 128GB version of the 4-inch iPhone this March, according to MacRumors. 

Wednesday, MacRumors obtained a copy of Target’s memo to its store employees. In the business letter, the retailer stated that the remaining iPhone SE phones — comprising unlocked 16GB and 64GB versions of Gold, Silver, Space Gray and Rose Gold models as well as the last two Sprint models — should be sent back to Tim Cook’s company. 

Returning stocks of products is not new to retailers. Oftentimes, products are sent back to their manufacturers when they are not well-received by consumers. In this case, however, it seems Target just ditched the unsold iPhones in preparation for the arrival of the rumored 128GB version of iPhone SE. After all, it’s already a given that customers want higher-capacity models and the upcoming 128GB model would certainly meet that demand. 

The original iPhone SE was first introduced in March 2016. The device became an unexpected hit that Apple is now believed to be releasing a refresh this year. However, it isn’t clear as to when Apple is planning to introduce the second-generation iPhone SE to the public. The company is currently rumored to hold a March launch event for its new products, so many are hoping that the new SE is part of the lineup. 

Aside from the higher-capacity iPhone SE models, Apple Insider reports Samsung’s biggest rival could also be introducing its new iPads and new bands for the Apple Watch during its March launch event. There are also rumors claiming that a Red variant of the iPhone 7 is part of the lineup of products which will be showcased at the event.