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Apple iPhone 5C Pink

Apple claims that life is easier on iPhone, and thanks to many technological innovations, this phone really helps you get on with it. The Apple iPhone 5C had its launch date back in 2013 to cheer fellow Apple fans all over the world. Available in many vibrant colours, including green, yellow and green, the pink, phone might be the right choice for you if you are looking for something with a little flare.

Display and Camera

The 4-inch display of the iPhone 5C features a touchscreen for easy operation. The front of the phone has a minimalist design and features only one button, the home key. The volume keys and the power/lock key are on the sides. If you want to access the camera, you can do so straight from the lock screen by sliding your finger onto the camera icon. This allows you to quickly take photos with the 8MP iSight camera, which also includes a 1.2 MP front camera for selfies.

Hardware

The iPhone 5C runs on a dual-core Apple A6 processor, with a speed of 1.3 GHz. With 1 GB of RAM, the smartphone can easily run most applications that you use with it. As a standard, this device is a 16 GB iPhone 5C smartphone, but you could find some versions with extended storage space as well. For instance, you could pick up a pink 32 GB iPhone 5C if you need more space for your documents and multimedia files.

Software

The iPhone 5C started out with the iOS 7 platform and later became compatible with the iOS 8 and iOS 9 as well. These operating systems provide colour-matched backgrounds, so your display looks just like the plastic cover of the phone. Thanks to the Control Centre function, the software is relatively easy to use.

Battery Life

The battery life clearly depends on what you do with your phone and how much brightness you like on your screen. With some innovations, Apple managed to resolve overnight drain issues, so your phone still has enough charge when you wake up in the morning. You can acquire up-to-date information from the Battery Usage screen, which comes with the iOS8. In best case scenarios, your device should be able to handle 10 hours of video playback or 40 hours of audio with one charge.

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