Apple iPhone 5c, Blue 16GB (Unlocked)

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Apple iPhone 5c, Blue 16GB (Unlocked)

Apple iPhone 5c, Blue 16GB (Unlocked)

  • 4-inch Retina display
  • A6 chip
  • 8MP iSight camera and 1080p HD video recording
  • FaceTime HD camera
  • Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM cards (e.g. H20 and select prepaid carriers). Unlocked cell phones will not work with CDMA Carriers like Sprint, Verizon, Boost or Virgin.

The iPhone 5c is Apple’s more colorful version of the popular iPhone 5 flagship. Featuring an all new design, a 4-inch Retina display, super fast A6 chip, iOS 7 and an 8 MP iSight camera, the iPhone 5c encompasses everything you love about Apple and the iPhone in a fun, colorful package. iPhone 5c’s all-new design is crafted from a single, hard-coated poly-carbonate body with a steel reinforced frame that delivers an extremely solid feel but also makes it slightly bigger than its older brother. Its A6 processing chip provides excellent performance that we’ve come to know and love on the iPhone 5, while its 4G LTE connectivity provides support for 10 different LTE wireless bands; more than any other smartphone in the world. It also sports a slightly larger battery than its older brother, offering you up to 10h of talk time on 3G networks, up to 10h of web browsing on WiFi or LTE networks, up to 10h of video playback, and last but not least, up to 40h of audio playback. The iPhone 5c als

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3 thoughts on “Apple iPhone 5c, Blue 16GB (Unlocked)

  1. 107 of 122 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Real review of a great phone compared to 5s!, October 26, 2013
    By 
    Whitecraine (SF, CA, USA) –

    I got my phone through T-mobile’s deal of $0 down and pay over 2 years. It’s my first iphone switching from andriod. At first I was worried about missing out on the 5s features and that it would be quite small compared to HTC One and other Samsung phones, but I think it is the right size for convenient single hand usage. A bigger screen may be welcome in the future for better movies/gameplay/document viewing but it’s certainly better than the 4s screen size.

    I finally went to an Apple store to see the 5s that I “missed out” on. I found out I actually preferred the 5c to the 5s because of how comfortable it felt in hand and the slight additional weight of the 5c made it feel more substantial and durable. The 5s was also less comfortable to hold due to the sharp edges and felt “cheap” because of how light it was. I was also kind of turned off by how the 5s looks after being used for so long – the demo models were a bit scratched/grimy not very bright/shinny/attractive. On the other hand the 5c “ages” well. I also tested responsiveness and speed of the user interface and was not impressed. It was exactly the same as the 5c. Probably larger apps and other computation would load faster, but general things like scrolling through menus, opening webpages was no different. Next time I’ll have to try something more graphics intensive and report back but it does say a lot about the 5c.

    Functionality, speed and ergonomics are all there with the 5c. Another thing worth mentioning is that the 5c is the less “flashy” phone and that was important to me (at least the white version) since I am not looking to standout and since there are a lot of phone theft/muggings/robberies these days. So overall, I feel this phone fit my needs perfectly.

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  2. 45 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great iDevice, November 6, 2013
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    I’ve always had relatively inexpensive smartphones, Blackberry knockoffs (the Alcatel things) and so on. Most of them had data access, but it most were rudimentary at best. I kept an iPod Touch around as an iOS device, and used it to take most of the pictures that I wanted to post on Facebook or wherever because the cameras in my phones were usually awful. Recently updated from an $80 Android device to an iPhone 5c, as the store was out of the 5s.

    That said… the 5c is a solid, solid phone. It is identical, hardware-wise, to the iPhone 5, except that it’s made out of plastic and has a better front-side camera (1.2 megapixels vs VGA). It is quick, and runs a huge variety of apps. The battery life is fantastic. I haven’t had any difficulty getting data even when in the middle of nowhere, or wandering around the unexplored wastes of the New Jersey pine barrens. Voice control is a plus… though Siri is, er, interesting, the real benefit is being able to tell the phone “Call mom” or “Call laura” or something while you’re driving, so you don’t have to be fiddling around with buttons. Texting works the same way, you can tell it to “Text Mom” and then say the message and send it. Very cool, convenient features to have.

    The plastic feels very good. I’ve heard reviews that said it felt cheap compared to the “real” iPhone, but in reality the plastic — or, I’m sorry, polycarbonate — is really strong and is far less prone to scratching and chipping than the glass or metal versions are. The physical buttons on the side are functional and feel responsive, even moreso than on the 4s or iPhone 5. The main camera takes amazing photos, has HDR functionality, and takes beautiful, 1080p, video.

    The downside to the phone is the standard iPhone complaints. Namely, there’s a lack of “openness”, in that I have no access to the basic filesystem, and that anything I want on the phone has to be shunted through iTunes, including ringtones: I had to take an MP3 file of the sound I wanted, add it to iTunes, then convert it to a ringtone just to make it available in the “Tones” list, and THEN I could sync it to the phone. Likewise, it wants you to get all your pictures and stuff off either through iCloud or with iPhoto, but I use a third party piece of software that lets me access the device directly.

    Another complaint I have is that, for contacts, it synced to the address book on my MacBook Pro… which is all fine and well, but then it also scraped through my Facebook account for information, which then left me with a bunch of people that I either never want to get in touch with, or double entries for those I do. Scrounging through my phone to try to find one person amongst a list of like 400, both contact and Facebook friend, is annoying at best.

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  3. 55 of 67 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pros and cons of 5c, November 1, 2013
    By 
    daniel

    Overall the product is great.But here are some pros and cons.
    PRO’S
    1. Affordable
    2. Great colors
    3. Camera takes nice pictures
    4. Battery lasts a long time
    5. Has A6 chip which is great for what you are spending.

    CON’S
    1. Made from plastic
    2. Looks a little child like
    3. Not very elegant
    The 5c is overall a great phone for a person who wants a smartphone and does not want to spend to much money.

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