Apple selling cheaper iPhone 5c abroad

Bloomberg reports that Apple Inc. Is selling a new, cheaper version of the 5c with less memory in the U.K., France, Germany, Australia and China.

iPhone 5Cs sold in the US currently start with 16GB of memory; these cheaper models come with only 8GB of memory. The amount of memory dictates the number of apps a user can download and run, as well as the amount of music and photos that can be stored.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-03-18/apple-introduces-cheaper-iphone-5c-with-less-memory-in-europe.html

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Chris Urban is current president of MacBUS. He is an Engagement Manager at Acquia, coordinating and leading the interactive development and design of enterprise-level systems and applications. He has developed and directed CMS and ECM implementations, migrations, and deployments, and specializes in "uniquely harnessing integrated methods of empowerment."