Why I should get an iPhone 5c

A journey through Apple's original, new iPhone 5c

A6 Chip

Launch your favorite apps. Load your favorite blog. Download and watch the jaw-dropping video that just showed up in your inbox. Power through games with console-level graphics. Do all the things you love doing on iPhone — at the speeds you’ve come to expect.


10 hours LTE Browsing Time

10 hours Talk Time

10 hours Video Playback Time

http://www.apple.com/iphone-5c/features/

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Ultrafast LTE Wireless

iPhone 5c has up to 13 LTE bands. That’s more than any other single model of smartphone. Which means even more iPhone users can experience fast download and upload speeds in more places around the world. Meanwhile, the number of LTE carriers supported by iPhone worldwide continues to grow. So when you’re traveling, you can take advantage of ultrafast LTE networks in more places.


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iSight Camera

The 8MP iSight camera delivers startlingly sharp photo quality thanks to features like a sophisticated five‑element lens. And panorama, which lets you get stunning high‑resolution shots of things like packed soccer stadiums. The San Francisco waterfront. Or the high school marching band your friend hired to play “Happy Birthday” outside your window.


http://www.apple.com/iphone-5c/features/

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Built-in Apps

Schedule a meeting. Listen to your chillout playlist during your commute. Even remind yourself to check the forecast before your flight to Miami. Whatever you need — or want — to do, iPhone 5c comes equipped with apps to make it happen.


http://www.apple.com/iphone-5c/features/

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What Color Would I Get?

I know what you're thinking - what color iPhone would I get. Well I thought that out, too. I was deciding between blue and pink when something crossed my mind - if I'm going to have this phone when I'm a teenager, I should get blue, and that's the decision I decided to stick with. (With white.)

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What about the Responsibility?

As you have probably already noticed, i have not lost my iPod Touch or phone in a very long time. Well, this is the way I would treat my iPhone, except I would be way more careful. If I lost my phone, I would take full responsibility and would not expect you to buy a new one. If I were to break my phone, that would be covered by Apple Care (it is okay if you do not want to pay for it, just let me know).
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What about the Money?

Assuming all that we get is the phone, the contract, and the Apple Care, I would pay $100, which covers the cost of the phone ($99), plus an extra dollar.
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