Around 16 countries now have access to a cheaper version of the iPhone 5C.
The iPhone 5c has being announced as a failure all over the world, however Apple is trying its best to do whatever it takes to increase the sales. A short while back, the Cupertino organization started taking off a considerably less expensive, 8 GB adaptation of its cell phone and today, the handset has started retailing in 16 more countries.
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To iPhone fans who like to look past the phone’s design, the iPhone 5C was basically a rebranded, re-housed iPhone 5 with plastic body. Then again, the way that it was notably less costly than the iPhone 5S implied that purchasers who are budget-conscious too can get hold of the iPhone.
The arrival of the 8GB version of the iPhone 5C has brought a shockingly better arrangement to the table for the individuals who don't wish to overspend on another handset. The iPhone 5C is not a force dealer, and regardless of the fact that the 8GB model, launched today in the Netherlands, Italy, Sweden, Belgium, Poland, Czech Republic, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Austria, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Hungary , it is still flawed to assume that the gadget could be viewed as a triumph.
Additionally, aside from one schematics leak, there's not been much news relating to an inevitable iPhone 5c successor, and with talk of two new, bigger iPhone 6 handsets coming up, it seems that the 5C would not persist for long. In March, the 8GB iPhone 5c was available in the UK, Germany, France, China and Australia; however despite the fact that today it has reached up to 16 nations, the U.S still passes up this great opportunity.