Rumours are swirling that Apple has accidentally leaked a picture of its next generation iPhone 5C phone, which is likely to have the imaginative moniker of the iPhone 6C.
The purpose of the iPhone 5C was to bring a new price tier to iPhones for those unwilling to pay top dollar, although it's fair to say that most people still plumped for the top-end phones.
As such, any new iPhone C model will have to do more to tempt buyers, so V3 has listed some of the main features we'd like to see on any new 'affordable' iPhone that Apple may unveil.
1. Touch ID fingerprint scanner
The most obvious update would be to include Apple’s Touch ID finger print scanner technology as found in the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in order to offer increased security and improved usability to any buyer.
2. Better camera
The iPhone 5C camera is not bad, but it would definitely be worth upgrading to the same technology in use on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to entice those looking for reasons to upgrade.
3. Bigger screen
The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus phones have flown off the shelves thanks, in part, to their huge new screens. Increasing the size of the 6C is likely to have a similar effect. However, this may prove unlikely if Apple wants to keep the price of any new iPhone C model low.
4. Better battery life
Making the device bigger should also improve battery life, which is always a plus.
5. A reasonable price
If Apple really does intend the 'C' range of iPhones to appeal to those on a lower budget it definitely needs to get the price down towards the £300-400 bracket, although as this is Apple we're doubtful it'll do this.
6. No gaudy colours
Apple tried to differentiate the iPhone 5C by offering it in a raft of colours - lime greens and sky blues - but they didn't look very nice. It would be better to keep it simple and offer a more classy, metal-looking finish, even if it is still plastic.
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