Though it doesn't sport the same high-end specs as its more expensive iPhone 5S counterpart, the iPhone 5C packs respectable chops as a $99 (16GB) on contract handset. Apple will begin selling it Friday.
Another iOS 7 feature (which is commonly seen on Android) is Control Center. By swiping from the bottom edge of the screen, you can access settings (like adjusting screen brightness and turning on Wi-Fi), as well as other apps like the music player and camera.
The iPhone 5C will be available on all four major US carriers: AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint. It will face competition from other Android handsets, like the Motorola Moto X (left) and the HTC One Mini (not pictured).