Apple launched its latest iPhone models – iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c – in September this year.
While iPhone 5c is arguably an iPhone 5 (launched last year) covered in colorful plastic, the iPhone 5s boasts several new features.
In addition to a faster 64-bit A7 processor chip, the iPhone 5s has a faster and better camera and a fingerprint reader called the Touch ID.
With the Touch ID, you can easily unlock your iPhone with just a simple tap on the sensor. No more passcode!
The iPhone 5s also comes equipped with the M7 co-processor that is designed to “measure motion data from the accelerometer, gyroscope and compass”, taking some load off the main A7 processor. This means your iPhone will do the work much faster than other phones.
Taking great photos will be a breeze on the new iPhone 5s. It has a larger 8-megapixel sensor, with a 33% increase in light sensitivity compared to the older iPhone 5. The aperture is now at f/2.2, allowing the camera to capture even more light. Image stabilisation is also added – no more blurry pictures! For the first time, you can now record videos in full 1080p HD.
Would you buy the iPhone 5s? Or the iPhone 5c that comes in 5 “stunning” colors?