"nothing special!"on by Iko23
Pros fast, easy to use. face time. Siri.
Cons too small, feel flimsy, can't customize anything, weak sound. Android apps are better. basic camera.
Summary after using an android phone for the last 2 years and was happy I decided I need a new phone. I went to the store to get the Moto X but they didn't have it. so I looked at the new Iphone 5c and liked it. I'm familiar with the Apple OS since I use Ipad on traveling.
I was hoping to get exited with the new phone but I didn't. some of the apps I was use too, were missing or in a different way not as smooth. the keyboard is terrible since you cant customize the size and no swipe option. the feel of the phone is not good, it feels like a little toy that is going to break on you any moment. I did buy a rubber case to it that made it feel a little better but the screen is very small and sometimes hard to see and navigate. all in all it is a usable phone but you can get much better value for you money with an Android phone. the sound is just a joke, specially for a 50 year old guy like me. the sounds of the ringer and the alerts are weak and I miss a lot of them. I do like the Siri! i have an accent and it still recognize what I have to say ( most of the time ).
Pros Inexpensive, fast, enhanced LTE, HD display, user-friendly, light-weight and sleek. Comes in different colors.
Cons Had a problem with the phone freezing while using it as it was charging. This has occured a few times and required a reboot each time.
Battery-life dies quicker than its counterparts.
Limited capability and productivity with device and apps.
Summary Coming from the Blackberry, and being my first iphone, I was initially impressed and satisfied with the 5c. However, that may be saying more about the weaknesses of the Blackberry than about the strengths of the iphone. With that being said, I am still glad that I switched over.
The phone itself produces well and is a great device with solid performance. However, there are certainly flaws and many limitations with iOS7, especially in comparison to Android and Windows phones. The iphone 5c lacks in productivity and capability and limits the ability for creativity and personalization.
If you are looking for an inexpensive phone that performs well and serves all your basic phone, social media and gaming needs, the iphone 5c is the answer. If you are looking for higher functionality and more productivity in your phone, look elsewhere.
Pros brand is apple
Cons it sucks
battery rapidly is gone
Summary the software keeps freezing in abot every 4 sec while im playing games and it cant handle HD videos
this product is trash,junk.
Pros Light weight, HD display, fast, reliable, LTE always works.
Cons iO7 is kinda limiting, only reason why didn't get 5 stars
Summary I find the Plastic backing of the 5c to be more durable then it's metal or glass counterpart, this could be a real asset for the "active lifestyle" The Camera is good, better then the 4s i'v compared shots. overall the phone is better then the 4s (screen, LTE, durability, battery life) for way less money then 5s especially if you trade in etc etc. LTE internet always seams to work so cudos for that. For now battery life great, we see in a few months years.
Pros Enhanced LTE, Multiple language support, battery-sipping multi-tasking, inexpensive performance, graphics hardware
Summary Given that the iPhone 5c is basically an iPhone 5 with enhanced LTE bands and a polycarbonate case, it's an inexpensive change from the iPhone 4S that I had. In fact, with Sprint, it was $56.99 after buy back.
As iOS 7.0.4 is still immature, the performance is not nearly as good as it should be, but that should change with version 7.1.x. The display isn't nearly as dense as those from similarly priced Android phones, but the display of information is quite good and clear.
I don't have to be concerned about its ability to use any language I use--they're already there--and I switch regularly between English, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, German, and Spanish without a problem.
I've already seen that it works well with LTE, probably better than it works with 3G/EVDO. I suspect it could go faster on WiFi, but it's sufficient.
Photos are quite good as they were with my iPhone 4S, proving that you don't need more pixels, especially in an extra tiny phone camera.
Also, it will have operating system updates far past those Android-based phones I didn't choose.