“The belief that the 5c didn’t do well was nothing more than a myth,” Gene Steinberg reports for The Tech Night Owl. “”
“A report about research data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech… reported that, in a survey covering UK customers, the 5c actually outsold Samsung’s flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5, in May. Last we forget, the iPhone 5c came out last September, but the Samsung was released in late April of this year,’ Steinberg reports. “The claim that the iPhone 5c was unsuccessful is simply not borne out by the facts. Maybe it didn’t sell as many units as Apple expected, but that’s actually a good thing from a profit and loss standpoint, because it generally means more sales of the 5s.”
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