iPhone 5C made of hard-coated polycarbonate material and has four-inch Retina display. Inside is steel reinforced structure to provide rigidity. Battery inside is slightly larger than iPhone 5 battery. Connectivity: 100Mbps, more LTE bands, Bluetooth 4.0,
The iPhone 5C is made of some hard-coated polycarbonate material.
A6, same as iPhone 5. But slightly larger battery?
8MP camera, hybrid IR filter
4-inch display, like the iPhone 5. A6 chip inside, "blazing-fast performance." The battery is larger than in the iPhone 5, which is nice. 8 megapixel iSight camera, with the five-element lens and IR filter as seen on the 5.
It's the Green Goblin phone. Is that a real color?
3x video zoom in camera app.
Improved front-facing FaceTime HD camera.
New FaceTime HD camera with larger pixels for better low-light performance, and better audio, too.
Supports "more LTE bands than any other smartphone in the world." 100Mbps download. Dual-band WiFi, too. Could this be a single phone for Apple worldwide?
100 Mbps download, 802.11 a/b/g/n
iPhone 5C camera specs: 8-megapixel iSight camera (uses new camera app with live photo filters), 3x video zoom, better FaceTime HD for low light conditions, improved FaceTime audio.
Those stat slides were very fast.
16GB priced at $99, 32GB for $199. On-contract, of course.
We have a pricetag! iPhone 5C priced at $99.
The cases, of which there are six, are $29.
Tim, you picked it. $99 for 16GB, 32GB $199. And a two-year contract. $29 color cases.
"We worked really hard to make sure these products are designed in a very environmentally friendly way."
Phil says they're not only toxin-free, but "Android-free" as well. Got a couple chuckles from that.
Applause when he says "Android-free." hmmph
The phone is green, too: Arsenic-free display, Mercury-free, "and yes, Android-free."
Okay, time for Video. It's Jony Ive doing his thing.
The battery on the iPhone 5C is a tad larger than it was on the iPhone 5.
"We believe the iPhone is an experience, and an experience is defined by hardware and software working together harmoniously."
Here's the silly part to me. That iPhone 5C price is $99 with contract, no doubt. But the phone service contract is ultimately what costs the consumer the most money. It's an illusion of cheapness.
He's talking about "dynamically blurring the boundaries" between the two.
"iPhone 5C is beautifully, unapolgetically plastic. Multiple parts have been reduced to a single polycarbonate component whose service is continuous and seamless.
So, instant thought: the cases make the design a lot cooler. Could add additional Moto X design stylings. I think a lot of people are going to want this one (the 5C).
We're seeing lots of slow plans with ridiculous macro shots, as per usual. Good luck ever getting your iPhone this clean.