My point is that the 5C is the 5 in a colorful case. In a week and a half the 5 will not be sold and you will be pushed to the 5C instead.
Maybe what you don’t get is that Apple doesn’t want to be so visibly selling last years stuff. So new case and 5C. Same internals with a different case. If you don’t follow this stuff it will look new to the friends you are trying to impress in your algebra class.
I’m eligible for an upgrade, so I may end up buying that gold 5S. My pattern so far has been to get the S-versions of the phones, rather than get the new innovative thing right when it comes out, hoping they will make improvements (and waiting to see if the new design is worth it). I haven’t been disappointed so far by doing this…
@johnpowell“In a week and a half the 5 will not be sold and you will be pushed to the 5C instead.”
And I sure hope you meant “you” in a general sense. As I said, I have the 4. I’m hardly concerned with impressing anyone with my phone. I paid $0 for this phone when I signed up with Verizon. I didn’t rush out to get the 4s or the 5, so I won’t be rushing out to get the 5c or the 5s either. Whether Apple is producing “new” stuff or just covering the old stuff in new packaging has nothing to do with my original answer that you commented on, so I don’t get where this tirade is coming from.
I care. I drank Steve Job’s Kool-aid a long time ago and it’s still inside me. Don’t care about Apple’s products’ flaws. I just know they’re beautiful to me and they’re awesome machines no matter what @jerv says. LOL