Conclusion: The iPhone 5 is an example of fastidious design, creating (in our opinion), the best looking phone money can buy. It's incredibly powerful and quick to use, has a beautiful screen for browsing the web, watching movies and playing games and the camera is excellent.
Pros: Gorgeous design, premium feel, Bigger screen, with improved colours, 4G, Improved camera with Panorama, Fast
Cons: Not as comfortable to hold, 4G only works on EE, Maps has a lot of errors, UI lacks features of rivals
Excerpt: Most people anticipated seeing the iPhone 5 surface last year but, of course, Cupertino had different plan, instead opting to beef up the iPhone 4's internal hardware and leave its chassis virtually untouched.
Excerpt: When we review a product, we’re usually given a sample by the manufacturer that’s been hand-picked just for us to test. The hardware has been examined for defects, every feature has been fully vetted and scrutinized, and the software has been triple-checked.
Pros: Elongated display provides easy access to more apps, and makes for pleasant, un-letterboxed widescreen viewing. Lots of iPhone 5-ready apps to choose from already. Apple-engineered A6 processor is wicked-fast. Cameras, both rear- and front-facing, are much improved, particularly regarding low lig...
Cons: Anodized aluminum rear plate, particularly in black, has a reported propensity for scratches. Video recording picks up a surprising amount of audio interference, even in a quiet room. Updates, while all worthwhile and technologically impressive, won’t make your jaw drop with awe.
Summary: It's a... smartphone. With the iPhone 5, Apple has introduced the sixth generation of its smartphone family. The Retina display now measures 4 inches, the case has been redesigned, and the new Apple A6 chip provides a boost in performance.
Pros: High quality auminum body, Appealing design, Thickness and overall weight, Slim Lightning Connector, iOS 6: fast (improved) operatin system, Up-to-date wireless technology, Good performance of the integrated cameras, Applications and games performance, User experience and touch interface, 4 inch ...
Cons: Battery and memory fixed, Older cables and docks require adapter, Maps software full of errors, LTE only available with T-Mobile, Only 12 months manufacturer warranty, EarPods (Headset) mediocre, Hefty price tag, starting at 679 Euros., We might lament the absence of a killer feature or NFC, but ...
Excerpt: The Good Larger display LTE radio Extremely fast Thinner Lighter The Bad Apple Maps Scratch prone No NFC After months of persistent rumors and Apple's high-profile unveiling, the iPhone 5 has finally arrived on the market.
Conclusion: The iPhone 5 is as ever a thoroughly enjoyable and capable smartphone. It's easy and fun to use and it's secure and stable. The latest generation model clearly gives users what they wanted (look how many have sold): LTE 4G and a larger display.
Pros: Bigger dispay, fast LTE 4G, gorgeous design and smooth experience.
Cons: Feature evolution too slow for some, UI still largely unchanged.