A new image showing lots of iPhone 5Cs has surfaced from inside Pegatron, one of Apple's Asian contractors. The handsets seem to be going through some QA before their expected launch in September.
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According to some new rumors the low-end iPhone 5C won't be as cheap as everyone predicted. If these rumors are true the handset could cost as much as $500 for an unlocked device.
New leaked images from Weibo and Trusted Reviews claim to show the front panel of the iPhone 5C, as well as the 8Mpx camera module that the new device will come with.
As information about a future low-cost, plastic iPhone continues to flow, further confirmation of the existence of the device has arisen, from a Chinese watchdog who claim to have seen the device.
Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, said today that he doesn't believe that the high-end of the smartphone market is actually saturated. But he also hinted the company is addressing its absence from the low-end.
New images seem to show a long-rumored plastic iPhone being compared to the iPhone 5. If these are legit we may see Apple finally launch a low-end device for the smartphone market.