The iPhone 5C will be two years old when the next iterations of Apple's iPhone are released in September. While Apple is all about the premium end of the market where the bigger profit margins can be made it is concerned about the lower end of the market either for "switchers" from other ecosystems or for young people who might not be able to afford the most premium of Apple's products. Will Apple drop the iPhone 5C completely given that it has an A6 CPU and we're heading into A9s? Does this mean Apple will reduce the price of the iPhone 5S and make this their entry phone as this will be two years old come September? The iPhone 5S has an A7 CPU and Touch ID both significant advances for Metal and security that Apple wants its consumers to have. There don't seem to be many leaks of a new 6C so I'm guessing Apple might release a new smaller phone when it redesigns the iPhone with the release of the 7 in 2016. Would Apple release three new iPhones at one time?