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Apple launches 8GB iPhone 5C in Europe

18
Mar
2014

The new entry-level version of the iPhone 5C only offers 8GB of on-board memory, half that of the 16GB version which, until Tuesday morning, was the base handset. However, as well as having less storage, the new iPhone is €50 or £40 less expensive — retailing for €549 unlocked compared with €599 for the 16GB version and €699 for the 32GB version of the same handset. And although introducing a smaller capacity version of the device will make it more accessible to more potential owners, dont forget, as Apple itself points out on its website: The more gigabytes you have, the more content you can store on your iPhone — apps, games, photos, HD videos, music, films and more. For example, if you have a large music or photo library or you frequently download HD films, its a good idea to consider an iPhone with a larger storage capacity.

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