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Albeit one of two latest released handsets (with its own unique design) to come from the Tech. giant Apple, many are questioning the price tag that comes attached. If you are lucky enough to have the handset offered to you a part of a contract package, there are still uncomfortable questions that many have raised. For years we have seen Apple dish out a new handset every 12 months, boasting to be better, more advanced and more stylish than the handset before. Most noticeably with this we have seen the retail cost of each generation of handset rise starkly, which undoubtably started to deter even some of the most hardcore Apple fans. In response to this, Apple not only launched their newest handset as of September 2014, but also the ''budget'' handset known as the 5C. The problem that many users have reported is that (in their opinion) there is still a hefty price to be paid for a handset that will undoubtedly become the ''older model'' within 12 months. It supposedly being the budget choice for those wanting one of the newest smartphones available on the market today, I would not be difficult to find many rival developers offering just as much technical capability at much more reasonable pricing. What is unique to this handset (with regard to Apple phones) is the new plastic backing which many will find appealing, especially with a (limited) choice of colours. However many have show their dismay that a handset still packing such a punch to your wallet, has reverted to the traditional and cheaper option of plastic rather than its much awed strengthened glass/metal casings of most of the previous models. The handset itself provides all the functionality that you would expect from a model of its generation. However the high price tag may suggest you look elsewhere and consider rival smartphones with just as much capability, but with a much more agreeable price
I am not really a fan of new technology as I find it stressful to learn the new products. My mobile phone contract had run out about 2 months before I got round to going in to the phone shop to get a new phone. My hesitance due to not wanting to change, but my old phone ( an LG phone) was playing up. I picked the iPhone 5c because I already had an ipad at home and so the learning would be minimal. In the shop I did actually prefer the look of the iPhone 4 because it is smaller but the shop assistant was very strong in saying the 5c is a better phone, I am easily convinced and so went with it. When I got my new phone home I was really excited. I especially liked the little box it came in, yes I am easily pleased! It''s really good how you can sync you iphone to your ipad. Syncing your devices it really essay to do and means asll the pictures you take on your phone automatically go to your ipad. I did find it annoying that iPhones have different sized SIM cards to regular phones. This meant that I had to spend a good long time typing all of my contacts list into my new phone. I''m sure there probably is an easier way to do it than that but I didn''t work it out. The battery life on the iPhone 5c is also disappointing. I have turned off the Bluetooth, locator setting and a few other bits and this has made as bit of a difference but I still find I need to charge my phone every day. I guess maybe the better a phone is, the more it can do, and so the more battery it uses.
This is my review for the fantastic iphone 5c in yellow with 32gb of storage in it. This iphone is made by the famous company apple which is notorious for producing stunning smart phone which look sleek and posh when they have been finalised. It is on 3G and 4G an I decided *my mum decided to get it me on 4G as a treat which was well worth it since 4G runs way faster than my wifi does. The 4G goes off when during phone calls which is annoying but that is for another review. i always get good service or signal on this phone which or may not be because of the mobile network service that I am on (EE). I have been told that the C in iphone 5C stands for cheap but I think it stands for colour since the iPhone 5c comes in a broad range of fascinating colours. The phone features a bright flash tool which is compulsory in the making of the stunning pictures that the iPhone captures in such clear detail.
After suffering for years with a blackberry, i decided to pay out the huge contract and buy myself an iphone - this turned out to be one of the best decisions I have made. I bought the white iphone 5c with 32gb and quite an allowing contract plan. I can do everything on this phone and because of this I find myself using my iPad and computer much less. It calls texts emails you can play games anything you want!! It is extremely good for cobstant on the go email checking and the battery life isn't great but still can last me a day without a recharge and I use it quite frequently. I can control anything on the go like my on line banking or even checking my Facebook, I was first worried about the plastic exterior but now I like it a lot and can be covered with a pretty case! Quite open to scratching so I would recommend a screen protector.