So, the iPhone 5c came out only two short years ago and is no longer being sold. I personally never owned this phone, but my wife did and is trading hers in for a 6S. But, I was thinking about the iPhone 5c experiment, and it's a step that I really enjoyed seeing Apple take. Yes, I know it was just a replacement for the iPhone 5. But I think it was done with a bit of color, and perhaps (I can't believe I'm saying this) a slight hint of humility. I think for Apple to release a plastic phone without in any way trying to hide that it was plastic, and to add many color choices, really was something that I enjoy and agreed with. I will personally miss seeing such colorful phones even if they were plastic. I think it added some brightness to our lives and some color in an otherwise bland landscape of white and black (and now gold). I'm curious as to what your feelings about the iPhone 5c are. I simply can't believe the phone is four generations old already. Do you think Apple ever go this route again? Releasing several shades of colorful phones in a cheaper plastic model that appeal to users on a budget and perhaps younger users? Or, are we destined to forever get our colors from cases? (Which many of us don't even need/use).