Summary: The iPhone 5 surpasses its predecessors in virtually every aspect, and it is without a doubt the best offering from Apple so far. Despite the oversight with regards to the maps, it isn't quite the off-putting flaw that makes the iPhone 5 any less of a beast (especially since it can be rectified). While it isn’t exactly ahead of its Android competitors in raw performance, the fact of the matter is that Apple has packaged it in such a way that it works with aplomb.
Pros: + A speedier and smoother experience, + Improved battery life
Cons: - Horrible built-in mapping solution, - Lack of innovative features on the OS
Summary: With the iPhone 5, Apple has done everything it needs to on paper: it’s bigger, lighter, and faster. But not by much: it still feels like the iPhone 4 and 4S, and while the 4G connection is a welcome addition, it does little to help with the poor battery life and call quality.
Excerpt: At kalde iPhone 5 for teknologisk tilbagestående er det rene vås. Apple har forbedret eller forfinet de mest vitale elementer i telefonen − og har samtidig gjort designet endnu mere strømlinet. Der er blevet snittet et par millimeter af tykkelsen og den er blevet en hel del lettere − helt nøjagtigt 20 procent lettere end iPhone 4G − og det er virkelig mærkbart.