There have already been thousands of iPhone 5s and 5c reviews published in all areas of Australasia, the US and Europe about Apple's latest addition to the iPhone family.
The focus of this article is to summarize what is better in this iPhone compared to iPhone 5 and why you should consider the change if you are now in two minds.
Apple tends to have a lot of charging on its iPhone range and after being a minor launch the following year. This has certainly followed the course with the introduction of iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 and now iPhone 5s. Additional evidence here is to start with a slightly cheaper brother in 5c.
If you do not own an iPhone or iPhone 4 or older, then the iPhone 5s is really the way to go.
The main improvements are:
- Processor – A7 is the seat of the Apple 5s engine room and with all accounts is a much more powerful machine than the A6 that sits on the iPhone 5. Many have put it in class MacBook Pro compared to MacBook Air. Recovery power processing also has a flow of impact on areas such as battery life and gaming.
- Camera – Apple has not gone down the road with more megapixels, which means a much better camera and a much better image. Apple's focus has been on the sensitivity of the lens and the flash. There is also a lot of improvements on the camera with 1080p video recording and stability.
- Gaming – If you are on public transport, you would have thought of smartphones that only came across so that students and adults could play games. Apple is actually promising to be the most successful phone when it comes to mobile gaming and processor within the iPhone 5s is a testimony of this. Support for these reforms is a variety of games that you can access through iTunes.
- Business – Touch ID is not only an easier way to open the phone, but it also provides the basis for greater security and ability to trade with your mobile device. Apple knows this and next year, we're more likely to see more of Apple that gives this feature more usability within the Apple universe.
- iOS7 – Comes pre-installed on iPhone 5s and saves you updates if you're on a previous iPhone. Upgrading so far seems more about aesthetics than anything else.
If I had iPhone 5, I'd handle it unless your phone is physically suffering. Better to wait for the next change proposal, ie. iPhone 6 for a much larger Bang from Apple.
Source by Ranya Georgalas