Apple Inc., is holding a special event at its Headquarters in Sans Francisco today to release the most awaited new iPhone models, the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. The Cupertino tech titan will also hold an event in Beijing at the same time without much doubt of iPhone 5C that will be exclusive for emerging markets only.
According to internal sources of PC-Tablet, Apple has no plans to launch the budget-friendly iPhone 5C in the United States and other major markets, and the people who are familiar with this matter, are reffering ‘C’ as “China.”
An Apple strategist said, “Apple’s motto of releasing a budget version of iPhone is to make people more aware of Apple products in developing countries and new emerging markets. And to make Apple’s technology affordable so that more and more people from all around the world will be benefited.”
“Apple iPhone 5C will not release in premium iPhone markets such as US, UK, Japan, and Australia. These countries will only receive the next flagship version of iPhone,” he added.
In Beijing, the Cupertino team will address an extraordinary keynote for a specific region in the history of the tech company and away from native home turf California. The reasons are quite understandable; China is the homeland of the low cost electronic devices, where the iPhone hasn’t reached sufficient numbers of market share due to the presence of numerous local manufacturers and the company needs to hit its target at best.
Indeed Apple iPhone 5C will be an ideal candidate to gain market shares with the lower price somewhere between $350 and $450, and not to mention its attractive colors. However, it’s just not enough to beat the competition against Android-based devices producers, because the smartphone reportedly not so smart as it lacks 4G LTE connectivity and comes with 8GB and 16GB of storage capacity variants without.
This is a hypothesis rather than legitimate confirmation, while many Western electronic consumers would also have been waiting to get their hands on the “budget” model. On the other hand, after months of relentless leaks and rumors, the hype of customers are high, and now it’s up to Apple if this leak is indeed legitimate.