Apple iPhone 5S vs iPhone 5
With no official announcements or confirmations, it is expected that Apple will replace its iPhone 5 with the new iPhone 5S, later this year. While the iPhone 5S would be the company’s new flagship, it will not completely out-date the current Apple smartphone keeping the iPhone 5 a viable option for many interested buyers.
Last year Apple delivered iPhone 5 which proved to be a landmark for numerous reasons: it sported a new design bringing in aluminum
rather than plastic; it came with 4G LTE data speeds, never seen
before; and it was introduced with a 4 inches display that is larger
than any previous iPhones. While Apple is heavily rumored to be releasing its incremental update of iPhone 5, the new iPhone 5S, it will not be replacing the iPhone 5 as an option, considering many attractive features of the current Apple’s flagship smartphone.
Waiting for September – the likable date of iPhone 5S launch – here at WccfTech, we are weighing down on how Apple iPhone 5S would put up a good fight against its predecessor, and more importantly, why would the current iPhone 5 still be on shopping hit lists for many a buyers.
It is almost a fact that no one is expecting a redesigned iPhone 5S,
no matter how exciting that actually would be. Keeping Apple’s design
history in mind and also the rumors that have kept coming, it is quite
anticipated that iPhone 5S will be carrying a similar design as of its
predecessors. The consistently same design hasn’t given Apple any bad
statistics; in fact it is actually considered to be one the best and
Apple fans have leaned on it for quite a long now. The industrial design of the iPhone 5 is top end design featuring one of the lightest frames at 112 grams and being the thinnest at 7.1mm available in the market.