Apple Releases Their Newest Smartphones: The iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s

Apple Releases Their Newest Smartphones: The iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s

The iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c were already launched in the public with elegance and vibrance!. Both phones already run on the latest iOS 7 and delivers the same quality which Apple users enjoys.

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iPhone 5c defines vibrance and life. Available in white, blue, pink, green, yellow and red. The vibrance of the color matches with the same retina display widescreen multi-touch screen. It has 8MP rear camera with LED Flash and it is LTE ready. It is available in 16gb and 32gb. See more of the specs on Table 1.1

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iPhone 5s spells E-L-E-G-A-N-C-E with its metallic finish(aluminum housing) in Space Grey, Gold and Silver. It also has 8MP rear camera with 1.5µ pixels and LED flash. It now uses A7 chip with 64-bit architecture M7 coprocessor for faster processing of apps. It also has wireless connectivity feature and can use LTE for faster internet connection. iPhone 5s best feature would be the fingerprint identity sensor for security, burst mode and improved motion stabilizer for better photo capturing, and Slow-mo video feature. Available in 16gb, 32gb and 64gb. For more iPhone 5s product specifications kindly refer to Table 1.1

iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c will be available first in Germany, China, Canda, France, Japan, United Kingdom, Singapore and Australia and soon will be available to 100 counties by December this year as targeted by Apple.

Here’s the specification comparison for iPhone 5, IPhone 5s and iPhone 5c:


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With these two phones released by Apple, I can see that the company would still like to target the mid-upper market for the iPhone 5s and mid market for the iPhone 5c which is less expensive compared to iPhone 5s.(but definitely, I think, remains expensive)

So, what do you think? Did Apple really innovates more than the iPhone 5 and other smartphone devices? Be the Judge!

Written by Cristelle Torres
Online Content Creator