Apple starts selling the 8GB iPhone 5C in Europe
Apple has now started selling the 8GB version of the iPhone 5C in its stores in Europe. The device costs £429 on the Apple store unlocked, according to TechCrunch.
The 5C is also available on the site of UK mobile carrier O2. The price shows a £40 lower than that of the 16GB version. Because the 5C has not met the expected mark in sales, Apple had to lower the price and capacity of the colorful handset to make up for its deficit, the report explained.
According to 9to5 Mac, there are no major changes in the iPhone 5C beyond the capacity reduction.
At present, the UK Apple Store's capacity selection page for the iPhone 5C has an empty space on the third spot. This could mean that the company is bound to release a third version soon. Although US Apple stores still do not have that third space, the device is expected to be made available to US buyers within the day, 9to5 Mac reported.