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Best iPhone 5S / 5C Reviews

Posted on the 11 September 2013 by Techdrink @techdrink1

iPhone 5s

Apple have launched the iPhone 5s, the next iteration of the current model and, in an unprecedented move, a ‘budget’ version (it isn’t really, as you will see) that comes in a range of colours.

The question is whether or not it’s worth upgrading from your iPhone 5 to the iPhone 5S and for those on older iPhone models, whether they should go for the 5s or try out the 5c.

There are literally hundreds of reviews and comparisons out there. We thought we’d save you time and show you the best and most informative. So, having read them all, here’s our top five:

Forget “Cheap”, The iPhone 5c Is Clearly The iPhone Jony Ive Wanted For iOS 7 – TechCrunch

MG Siegler explains that the iPhone 5c is NOT Apple bowing to pressure from other handset manufacturers and producing a cheap phone. It’s Jony Ive doing what Jony Ive does best.

iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c vs. iPhone 5: What has Apple changed? – The Next Web

The Next Web have a great side-by-side comparison of all three of the iPhone 5 models. I can’t help wondering why you’d buy a 5 over a 5c now. In fact, I’m not even sure you can.

Everything Apple Announced At Today’s iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c Event [Round-Up] – Cult of Mac

If you want a bite-sized of everything from Apple’s event then this piece on Cult of Mac is your best bet. Really good for getting the overview without all the technical detail.

iPhone 5S [sic] Hands-On – Mashable

Click-whores Mashable, who have gone very much downhill over recent years in their bid to publish anything and everything that might drive more traffic to the site, actually have a very good hands-on article with the iPhone 5s that includes snappy little Vine videos. If you’re a close look at the new phone, this is the article for you. Lance Ulanoff admits he doesn’t know the phone all that well after only 45 minutes with it, but he gives a good rundown of what’s new here on top of the videos. Worth a look.

What we know about Apple’s Touch ID (FAQ) – CNET

One of the most appealing features of the new 5s is the fingerprint sensor, called Touch ID. It can be used to unlock your phone and, even better, make purchases from the App Store. CNET have done a wonderful job giving you all you need to know about it. Check it out, highly recommended.

Once you’ve read that little lot you’ll one of the most informed people on the planet about the new iPhone 5s and 5c – and you’ll be able to make an informed purchasing decision, which is far more important! Let us know…which one will you be going for?

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