Apple Selling Cheaper iPhone 5Cs


Apple confirmed Tuesday that it is now selling a cheaper version of the iPhone 5C. The phones come with less memory, and are available in Europe, among other geographies. Apple is also selling a newer iPad model at a slashed price. 

Philip Schiller (Senior vice president, Worldwide Marketing, Apple): The iPad line sets the gold-standard in mobile computing.

The Cupertino giant is replacing the iPad2 as the cheapest available iPad from the Apple stable, with the 9.7 inch fourth-generation Retina iPad. The 9.7-inch iPad is selling for $399 for the 16GB Wi-Fi model, and $529 for the Wi-Fi and cellular models. The LTE devices have the Apple-designed A6X chip as well. 

[Image courtesy: Apple]

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