iPhone 5S – what the experts say

Apple hit us all with a triple whammy of releases this month, with the highly anticipated iPhone 5S, along with the iPhone 5C and of course, the release of iOS7.

The releases seem to have left users confused and Apple left to answer to a lot of questions over security issues and bugs- potentially giving Samsung the power to finally overthrow Apple.

But what do the experts say, let’s take a look at the low down in the tech world…

iPhone 5S Reviews

iphone5sIn a nutshell:

  • A better, faster camera
  • A fingerprint identity sensor
  • A chip with 64-bit architecture
  • Now available in gold, silver and grey

“The camera is improved impressively, taking some excellent shots with minimal backlift needed from the user, and the Touch ID sensor is the first real step into biometrics on a smartphone, and one that Apple has succeeded in implementing.” Tech Radar

“Apple is clearly looking to future-proof its handset while offering developers the opportunity to take advantages of its 64-bit architecture, A7 chip and M7 Coprocessor. Right now, you won’t really experience what this phone is capable of. Give it six months and we’d expect some truly groundbreaking apps to appear.” T3

“The iPhone 5S is not a required upgrade, but it’s easily the fastest and most advanced Apple smartphone to date.” Cnet

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