But on Tuesday, investors and consumers were introduced to a phone markedly the same. The iPhone 5C was launched at a starting price of $99, for a 16GB version with a two-year contract, and $549 without a contract. Comparably, the oldest iPhone on the market, the 4S, is being sold for $450 without a contract. Not exactly a revolutionary difference in price.
- Who said the iPhone 5c was meant to be cheap? (tuaw.com)
- iPhone 5C: Why A Cheaper iPhone Is Bad For Apple In The Long Run (devicemag.com)
- The misunderstood iPhone 5c (idownloadblog.com)
- Apple’s iPhone 5C Could Boost European Sales (AAPL) (benzinga.com)