iPhone 5C Production Reportedly Halved as Supply Outweighs Demand

By Gerald Lynch on at

All the colours of the rainbow don't seem to be helping Apple shift the iPhone 5C. Just three short weeks after it hit stores, Apple are already said to be cutting production in half. It's said to be churning out just 150,000 of the "entry-level" handsets daily now, down from 300,000. The premium iPhone 5S seems to be faring better -- unsurprising given its souped-up spec list can be nabbed for just £60 more than the 5C, by a customer base conditioned to only lust after the very (expensive) best. [C Technology via Telegraph]