Apple iPhone 5
The Apple iPhone 5 is the latest flagship smartphone from Apple. The iPhone 5 features a 4-inch display retains the same 326 PPI density as its predecessor with an effective resolution of 1,126 x 640, and a new Lightning connector. The new handset now features 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi with 802.11n supporting dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies. Bluetooth 4.0 is back in addition to GPS and GLONASS for location services.
Amazingly thin and light.
Bigger more vibrant screen.
Fast 4G LTE speeds.
Very good battery life.
Easy photo sharing.
Significant improvement over the iPhone 4S.
Incredible industrial design.
Half-baked Maps app.
Very few interface enhancements.
Operating system here that's beginning to feel a bit dated.
Bigger screen size not utilized at all.
IOS 6 a retread of familiar territory.
By TechSpot on September 27, 2012
If you're coming from the 4S, it's worth evaluating how important things like a larger screen, more processing power and 4G LTE are to you. With iOS 6, the 4S gains features like FaceTime over cellular, panorama pictures, turn-by-turn GPS and Passbook.90
By The Inquirer on October 30, 2013
GADGET DESIGNER Apple's iPhone 5S is the firm's latest flagship smartphone, which offers various feature updates or additions to try and tempt iPhone 5 users to upgrade. We've put the iPhone 5S up against its predecessor to see if it's...-
By Know Your Mobile on October 29, 2013
The rational behind the move is simple, according to 3G : “ It would have been priced very similarly to Apple's iPhone 5C . Continuing to sell the iPhone 5 would therefore have made the plastic, similarly specced, colourful iPhone 5C a less...90
By V3.co.uk on October 21, 2013
Apple's iPhone 5S is the firm's latest flagship smartphone, and brings a range of new features to tempt users to upgrade or move over to the iOS family. We've put the 5S up against its predecessor, the iPhone 5, to see if it's worth...-
By V3.co.uk on October 15, 2013
Apple's iPhone 5C and iPhone 5 handsets are admittedly not very different from one another. Both sport 4in Retina displays, Apple A6 processors and run the firm's iOS 7 mobile operating system, so you might ask why we're bothering to compare...-
By The Inquirer on October 03, 2013
With Apple discontinuing the iPhone 5 following the launch of the iPhone 5C, we envision a sea of confused owners of Apple's last generation iPhone wondering whether it's worth upgrading to the repackaged iPhone 5C, which swaps out the high-end...-
By Macworld UK on October 03, 2013
The plastic case is basically the only difference between the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C. The two phones are identical, sharing the same iSight camera, A6 processor, and Lightning connector. This has lead many to assume that the iPhone 5c is a repackaged...-
By Phone Arena on October 02, 2013
Sony is a company that Apple founder Steve Jobs truly admired, but ever since Apple entered the smartphone arena, Sony (back then it was still Sony Ericsson) has been having great difficulties surviving in this market. However, we've finally reached...-
By isource.com on October 02, 2013
With two new iPhones on the market, buyers have plenty of questions. Should you upgrade from your iPhone 4 or 4S? What about the iPhone 5? And which of the two new models, the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, is the better buy? We've examine each to offer...-
By isource.com on September 20, 2013
Perhaps you saw our blow-by-blow comparison of the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, and iPhone 5 . Now that the devices our in our hands we wanted to revisit the topic and see on a closer level how last year's model compares to the 5S, since they both share a...-