Apple usually trumpets preorder figures following the launch of a new iPhone, but it has maintained a deafening silence in the case of the iPhone 5c, sparking speculation that it is perhaps not doing too well in the market so far. That perception is being bolstered by reports that with its unsubsidized price in China being between $730 and $860, it is being shunned by Chinese consumers who don’t want to pay that much for a phone with a brightly colored plastic case that lacks the elegance of the iPhone 5’s aluminum body.
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Is the iPhone 5c Dead or Just Asleep?
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