Apple is said to be halving its daily production of the iPhone 5c, from 300,000 to 150,000 units.
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The report, from Chinese site C Technology, doesn't give a firm reason for the cut, but it's believed to be a result of reduced demand for the colourful phone compared with the iPhone 5s.
While the 5c boasts coloured shells and a lower price tag, in many markets, Australia included, the price difference isn't particularly significant.
Interestingly, MacRumors has reports that the price of the iPhone 5c via China's parallel import market has dropped significantly, with some sources saying they can be found for as little as 2600 yuan (around AU$450).