Despite all the talk about the Apple iPhone 5C being a low-end option for Apple iPhone buyers, the truth is that this model replaces the Apple iPhone 5 which is exactly what Gene Munster predicted last month. The specs are close with the Apple iPhone 5C carrying a better battery and an updated front-facing snapper. The Apple iPhone 5C is $99 on contract for 16GB and $199 for 32GB.
Replacing the Apple iPhone 4 at the low-end of the iPhone range is the Apple iPhone 4S. That means that Siri will be available for those who pick up the phone for free as an incentive to sign a two-year contract with a carrier.
Apple has certainly strengthened its line up which now contains two models with 4 inch screens, and all three phones offer voice activated personal assistant Siri. Now Apple needs to see if this new line up can knock the ball out of the park.