updated 08:32 am EDT, Wed September 25, 2013
Is Apple's low-end 'new model' of the iPhone 5 a worthy successor?
For the last several years, with the introduction of a new iPhone, the replaced model or models shift down to fill lower spots on the ecosystem. This year, Cook and company out of Cupertino tried something different. While this is an "s" year, with the previous brand new model and form factor being uprated with new internals, the base model has been completely supplanted by a new model, in this case, the iPhone 5c. How different is the new model, really? MacNN aims to find out in our review of the new 'low end' iPhone.