The Apple iPhone 5C launched on Friday alongside its bigger brother the iPhone 5S. Queues in London stretched around the corner, but V3 found out that all the people we spoke to were only interested in the 5S.
Despite this, Apple will be hoping the new 5C device will attract buyers, with the firm marketing the phone's raft of colour options: white, green, red, yellow and blue. It also has the same A6 processor as previous iPhone models, and boasts an 8MP camera.
It is not cheap, though. The 32GB version we tested running on the EE 4G network sets you back £549, which is far more than many top-end Android devices. It also doesn't boast innovations such as the TouchID security sensor included in the iPhone 5S.
Finally, the phone is made of plastic, which Apple has tried to market as a positive, but it does mean build quality suffers when compared with other devices in Apple's portfolio. Check back with V3 next week for more detailed reviews and videos of the 5C, and the flagship Apple iPhone 5S.
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