The Apple iPhone 5C was unveiled last week to huge crowds around the world. But so far it appears that buyers are far more interested in the flagship iPhone 5S than the 5C, with some reports saying that of the nine million iPhone devices sold so far, only a fifth were 5Cs.
The 5C is, in essence, a watered-down version of the 5S. The only main selling point for the 5C is that Apple is boasting about is the fact it comes in a raft of colour options: green, blue, yellow, red or white.
Specifications wise, the device itself has an A6 processor, as found in the old iPhone 5, while the 5S has a new A7 processor. The 5C boasts an 8MP iSight camera, also the same as the iPhone 5, but below the 12MP found in the 5S.