IPhone 5c Overview:
After months of speculation and years in the making, the long-rumored midrange iPhone 5C model made a debut alongside the flagship iPhone 5S. As expected, its specs are mostly a rehash of already existing components, but the housing is brand new and sets it apart from Apple’s tradition so far to just use last year’s iPhone model as this year’s midrange offering in the iOS universe. Design Let’s start with the chassis then – the iPhone 5C is built of durable one-piece polycarbonate with a steel frame underneath that serves as the antenna, and Jony Ive called the design “unapologetically plastic,” basically a polycarb iPhone 5, judging from the specs. The phone comes in a variety of different colors for every taste and wackiness – green, white, blue, yellow, and rose. It is slim, even for today’s smartphone standards, at 0.35 inch (8.97 mm), yet not thinner than the more premium iPhone 5S. It is, however, fairly light at 4.65 ounces (132 grams), as you can easily imagine from the plastic body and the compact size, but Apple could have definitely done better here, as we’ve got 4.7″ Androids lighter than the 5C now, for instance. As for the software part, you can have wallpapers in iOS 7 matching your specific color of iPhone 5C, neat. Specs The screen is a 4″ Retina Display 640×1136 pixels panel with the usual high brightness, precise sRGB color representation, good viewing angles and low reflection levels. Inside we get an A6 chipset, which is enough to power everything iOS throws at the handset at this screen resolution, plus likely 1 GB of RAM. Storage is taken care of with 16/32 GB models that allow no expansion via a memory card slot. An 8 MP iSight camera on the back with LED flash rounds up a very decent midrange offering. There is a new FaceTime HD camera in the front, too, with larger 1.9 micron pixels to capture more light, and backside illumination. Apple said the iPhone 5C carries a cellular modem with more LTE bands than any other smartphone, so it should be a rather global device out of the box, but we don’t know if the comparison includes the octaband Xperia Z Ultra, for example.
to use any where in the world with any supported service provider like
AT&T, Straight talk, T-mobile, Vodafone, Personal, Claro, O2, Digicel, Telcel, Orange, Telenor, Optus, Tele2, MTN Koodo, Fido, Chatr, Bell, Virgin, Sasktel, MTS, PC telecom, Tbaytel, Telus, Koodo
You can request the code by submitting your imei
Your phone will also keep working with your current lock to service provider.
Take Your Rogers IPhone 5c with you on vacations and use the local service provider sim card in your phone and save roaming fees.
**Please make sure iPhone is activated with its original network, the IMEI # is not barred / blacklisted and the order is submitted to the correct method, with correct IMEI #. No refunds are given for incorrectly submitted orders.**
Rogers IPhone 5c Unlocking Instructions
*Please note this method does not return a code but will return the status Activated.
1-Insert non accepted SIM card (foreign SIM card) into iPhone
2-connect with iTunes
4-iTunes will freeze ,Disconnect and Connect again
5-Open iTunes again Now your iPhone will be permanently unlocked
*Not accepted sim card mean any other sim card other then your current locked to network
Your phone will be permanently Unlocked,it will not erase your contacts or any data from your phone.
Reasons to remote unlock your Rogers IPhone 5c :
* If you are travelling, buy a local SIM card and save on roaming fees
* The resell value of Rogers IPhone 5c will increase significantly as it is available to more carriers.
* Easily switch between SIM card, using the same phone.
* Unlock your phone from the comfort of your own home
* You never send your phone to anybody.
* There is absolutely no risk of damaging your Rogers IPhone 5c by unlocking it.
* Very easy, no technical experience necessary.
* The phone is permanently unlocked, even after updates
* Warranty will not be voided by this Code
* 100% Guaranteed, if we cannot get you your unlock code we will refund you no questions asked.