I’m sure you’ve all heard about the iPhone 5c, this being the most important device these days. Although we’ve told you a few things about it, we have now gathered all the information you need, in order for you to know exactly what you’d be dealing with if you were to purchase one. For starters, we’ll tell you that the iPhone 5c already went on sale and it’s doing a pretty good job. It comes with a plastic back cover, unlike previous aluminum models, and it is available in five lovely pastel colors: pink, yellow, baby blue, lime green and white. The price for a SIM-free device is at £479.
Although the iPhone 5c will be replacing the iPhone 5, it’ll keep the camera, the processor and memory options (16GB, 32GB and 64GB). The reason why the iPhone 5 is being replaced with it’s plastic twin can be found on our previous story about why did Apple replaced iPhone 5 with 5c. The new device was released on September 20 and can be found on every big carrier’s shelf. It features a 4-inch Retina Display and runs Apple’s A6 chipset. And, according to our source, the entire back and sides are made from a single polycarbonate, solid part. Apple says that the device supports more LTE bands than any other smartphone out there.
iPhone 5C specs
- A6 chip
- 4-inch Retina display
- 8-megapixel BSI iSight camera – Hybrid IR filter, five element lens
- FaceTime HD camera, BSI, improved audio, larger pixels
- Full 4G LTE
- BT 4.0
- hard-coated polycarbonate and steel reinforcement
- iOS 7
Much negative feedback has been received so far, the majority because of the plastic cover. But we’re telling you, folks, it’s the same iPhone 5, just thicker and more plastic. Try it before you judge it. You can also purchase a rubbery cover, which comes in black, white and blue and they cost less than £20.