iPhone 5 - A Review

A few months ago, Apple came up with the most advanced smart phone till date the iPhone 5 and thereby making the smart phone price varying over an extensive range. The thinnest gadget of the Apple expects huge popularity in the market.

Let's have a discussion on the iPhone 5  in a nutshell. It has 4" 16M-shaded LED-illuminated IPS TFT capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 640 x 1136px. Fingerprint-resistant coating, scratch-resistant screen glass, 8 MP autofocus camera along with LED flash and with a touch focus can attract the customer. The secondary camera of 1.2MP, 1080p video record facility at 30fps, storage options from 16 to 64GB and a 3.5 mm audio jack, stereo Bluetooth v4.0 are some of the trending features available in it. Also to this, Accelerometer, a three-axis gyro sensor, iOS 6 as well as iCloud integration, Wi-Fi, digital compass. GPS and GPS connectivity and proximity sensor are some other key merits.
It has a Quad-band GSM and quad-band 3G support with LTE and CDMA support and 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, PowerVR, 1GB RAM and Apple A6 SoC specifications. Its secondary microphone help to reduce active noise and apple maps allows free voice-guided navigation in 56 countries. It also has excellent audio output quality, voice recognition facility, Siri virtual assistant, HD Voice support, long battery life and enables video calling.
       Despite the various essential features, it lacks USB Storage facility, FM radio, stereo speakers, microSD card slot and NFC connectivity. The Aluminum body is easy to scratch, and it supports nano-SIM only. The proprietary connector needs an adapter and is incompatible with previous-gen accessories. It has mono audio recording in videos and has iTunes for loading content.
       The impressively slim and light iPhone 5 has gathered a large popularity, But yet it has to cover a few distance more.


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