Is it really worth upgrading your iPhone?

Posted in iPhone News by admin. Published October 1st, 2013

Video pits every Apple handset against each other and discovers OLDER models perform BETTER than some newer ones

Apple has released a total of eight iPhone handsets since 2007 and each one has been released with the promise of faster speeds and improved performance.

But how different is the original model to the current 5S?

Fan site EverythingAppleProhas created a video test of all eight handsets, from the original to the new model, plus the 3G, 3GS, 4, 4S, 5 and 5C.

Each of the handsets were ‘freshly restored and not jailbroken’ meaning they each had the same default settings and all applications were force closed beforehand.

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Review: iPhone 5s is a great phone, but is it right for you?

Posted in iPhone News by admin. Published September 30th, 2013

The iPhone 5s is the most advanced iPhone yet, but it isn’t going to knock your socks off.

The 2013 version of Apple’s insanely popular smartphone has everything most consumers could want, but the improvements from last year’s model are slight and hardly noticeable to regular users.

Just like the iPhone 5, the new iPhone 5s features a sleek design, beautiful screen and is ultralight. The main differences are in three key areas: The iPhone 5s has an improved processor, a better camera and a new fingerprint scanner, called Touch ID.

Those new features are all very nice, but if you already have an iPhone 5, there’s no reason to upgrade. And if you have an iPhone 4s, you might also want to just wait it out for the iPhone 6, or whatever Apple calls next year’s model.

But let’s talk about what’s new.

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Apple isn’t dead yet – iPhone 5S and iOS7 have a secret weapon

Posted in iPhone News by admin. Published September 30th, 2013

The reality distortion field has gone into reverse, but it’s blinding us to the truth: Apple is still leading the way

'Hapless' Apple chief executive Tim Cook launches the new iPhone, but neglects to mention multi-path

When Steve Jobs was still with us, many commentators – yours truly included – used to complain about the “reality distortion field” that surrounded Apple’s charismatic leader. Those in attendance when Jobs launched the devices and services (iPod, iTunes, OS X, iMac, MacBook, iPhone and iPad) that blew such huge holes in the business models of established industries told of events that were more like religious revival meetings than corporate press conferences. As Apple’s dominance grew, the man who led it came to be seen as a unique combination of visionary, guru, saint and mogul.

But then mortality intervened and His Steveness passed away. The reality distortion field persisted, however, though now in reverse. It led people to conclude that the death of the magician would inevitably lead to the end of the magic that made Apple the most valuable company in the world. In comparison to Jobs his successor, Tim Cook, was seen as charismatically challenged. And while we could expect Apple to thrive for a little longer, it was only because Cook would be unveiling innovations that were in the works when Jobs was alive. After that, the well would surely run dry.

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