Apple iPhone 5C

Sep 10, 2013

Category: Tech

It looks like the speculation was true, and Apple has decided to introduce an entry level smartphone for consumers dubbed the Apple iPhone 5C.

Available in both 16GB and 32GB ($100 -$200), the new iPhone is constructed from a single piece of plastic polycarbonate that’s available in a handful of colors including green, blue, yellow, red, and white. The brand opted for stainless steel reinforcement for the antenna to ensure that reception never becomes an issue. The iPhone 5C has been equipped with the same A6 processor, 8 megapixel iSight camera and 4 inch retina display. In fact almost all of the insides are the same as the standard iPhone 5, but the iPhone 5C does come with a new FaceTime HD camera, more LTE bands than any other smartphone in the world, and the much buzzed about iOS7, which includes tons of new features like enhanced photos, Siri, Safari, iTunes Radio, and much more. So how about that release date? Apple will open up pre-orders this Friday, September 13th, and will begin selling the new smartphone on September 20th. Watch the video below.

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