Last month, chief executive officer tim cook introduced the colorful iphone 5c, a less-expensive version of apple's smartphone, to "serve even more customers" around the world. it turns out people so far are more interested in its pricier, feature-rich cousin, the 5s. three surveys in the past two weeks said the company's new high-end model is outselling the 5c by at least 2 to 1.
posted: 10/19/2013 6:54 AM
Jobs right as Apple consumers prefer 5s to cheaper iPhone
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