Summary: The Apple iPhone 5c smartphone camera isn't going to provide any high-end features versus other cameras in smartphones. This camera has an average resolution and shoots average-quality photos when compared to other smartphone cameras. Those who love Apple products will appreciate the interface the manufacturer provided with the iPhone 5c, which makes it pretty easy to use this smartphone's camera.
Summary: A pesar de los que muchos podríamos haber pensado, el iPhone 5C no es un salto de mejora en estos terminales Apple, aunque, tampoco es un paso atrás. Por otro lado, lo importante es que cumple con todo lo que deseamos encontrar en un iPhone, tiene una cámara decente, su diseño en colores llamativos con carcasas de policarbonato han sido una sensación y, consideramos que justifica su compra, más no su precio que es un tanto elevado.
Summary: On its own merits, the iPhone 5c is a wonderful phone. If you’re not fussed about large screens or the awesome tinkering-powers of Android, you’ll love its cheery design, seamless software and plastic fantastic build. You’d really have to love its pastel colouring however to pick the iPhone 5c over the 5s, with the price difference spread over two years on most contracts.
Excerpt: The iPhone 5c doesn't offer much improvement over the previous generation iPhone. However, the 5c's reduced price point is the draw here. At $99 under contract, the iPhone 5c is the cheapest newly released offering from Apple to date.
Pros: Easy to type on, Very portable, Easy to read on, Easy to navigate, Good speaker quality
Cons: Subpar battery life, Subpar camera quality, Subpar performance — same hardware as the iPhone 5
Summary: iPhone 5C is colorful and not cheap. Indeed it has lower specs versus the iPhone 5S but it will have a very different look and feel and price to appeal to a wider range of people. This is still top end engineering and with the latest operating system and is even better than the current iPhone 5.
Pros: Sleek and colorful design with improved specs and iOS 7 and a vey good size.
Excerpt: When first introduced, the iPhone 5c had many people scratching their heads. With its plastic shells, people wondered why anyone would buy this phone when a base iPhone 5s, the flagship phone at the time, could be had for only $100 more? While the same is true now, the equation is different now that an 8GB iPhone 5c can be had for 99 cents on contract.
Summary: Its colourful, pocket-friendly body and easy to use software makes the iPhone 5C a good choice for smart phone novices, but with only a small price gap between this and the considerably more powerful 5S, the 5C isn't the budget iPhone we hoped it would be.
Pros: Attractive, colourful design; Easy to use iOS 7 software; Enough power for most tasks; Decent battery life.
Cons: Top-end 5S is not much more expensive; Same size and resolution as previous models; Camera struggles in low light.
Excerpt: Apple took the wind out of a lot of sails when it unveiled the iPhone 5c earlier this month. It’s not that the device itself was disappointing — quite the contrary, in fact. Apple’s new iPhone 5c is exactly what we were expecting it to be after months of rumors and leaked parts. In a nutshell, it’s an iPhone 5 wrapped in a new plastic shell that comes in five bright new colors. But of course there is much more to Apple’s colorful new smartphone than meets the eye.
Excerpt: Some people will look at the iPhone 5c and just see an iPhone 5 with a colorful plastic case and a price drop. It’s not a device that’s going to wow your friends like the iPhone 5s, with its fingerprint scanner and a new camera. And it’s true that the iPhone 5c is filled with what is effectively 2012 technology.
Pros: Solid construction. Plastic will weather most of your “uh oh” moments. Higher capacity battery. Better LTE support. Updated front-facing camera for better duck-face selfies.
Cons: Year-old technology. For 0 more, the iPhone 5s brings the magic. Back of the phone feels a little too slick. Your favorite iPhone 5 case will not fit.