Apple iPhone 5C (6th Gen) - 2013

Dimensioned drawings of the Apple iPhone 5C (6th Gen) with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation

The Apple iPhone 5C, a variant of the iPhone 5, was released in September of 2013. It replaced the aluminum shell of the previous model with a hard-coated, polycarbonate one. This material change made the iPhone 5C both thicker and heavier, which ultimately led to it being received and praised as the most durable iPhone to date. Other visual updates included its availability in a variety of colors (blue, green, yellow, pink, white, etc.). Instead of following the usual routine of lowering the price of the previous model, Apple decided to sell this newest version at a lesser price.

The Apple iPhone 5C (6th Gen) has height of 4.9” (124.4 mm), width of 2.33” (59.2 mm), depth of .35” (9 mm), and weighs 4.66 oz (132 g). The screen size is 4” (100 mm) diagonal with a resolution of 1136 x 640 px at 326 ppi.


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4.9” | 124.4 mm
2.33” | 59.2 mm
.35” | 9 mm
Display Size:
4” | 100 mm
1136 x 640 px; 326 ppi
4.66 oz | 132 g

Discontinued: September 9, 2015

8, 16, 32 GB
September 20, 2013


Drawings include:
Apple iPhone 5C (6th Gen) front elevation, back, side

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Apple iPhones are a product line of smartphones built around a multi-touch user interface. Introduced in 2007 by Apple Inc, the iPhone has been through eleven generations of hardware model updates, along with twelve versions of the iOS operating system.