The iPhone 5 has been the most anticipated phone of the year and the most expensive.
Apple is betting big on this device, with new features and specifications that will only help it stand out from the competition.
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The iPhone 5c comes in two different colors.
One is white, the other is the more traditional blue, with a metal casing.
Both are 8mm thick and weigh in at a hefty 6.3 pounds.
They come in black and white, with the latter being a much lighter shade of blue.
The device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor with 3GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, along with a microSD card slot for expansion.
The device also sports a 5.5-inch 1080p display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels, a 3,300mAh battery, and a Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 support.
The 5c has a 2,280mAh battery that should last you about 6 hours on a charge.
That is a little more than the average smartphone but it is still a lot lighter than many phones of its class.
The phone also comes with a fingerprint sensor on the front, which you can use to unlock the phone, which is an additional feature that makes the 5c a lot more attractive than its predecessor.
The battery and screen are excellent.
The display is a clear upgrade over the previous iPhone 5, with bright colors and excellent viewing angles.
The front-facing camera is a very capable camera with a wide-angle lens that has a very good focus and a wide dynamic range.
The camera on the iPhone 4s was terrible, but this iPhone 5s is even better.
The rear camera also gets a lot better with the addition of optical image stabilization.
It is a bit too big, but not by much, and you can easily get the image stabilized in the photo studio.
The front-firing speaker is loud, which makes it ideal for taking videos and podcasts.
It also works well with Apple’s AirPlay streaming service, which lets you stream music and movies from your iPhone.
There is no microSD slot, and the iPhone has a 5MP rear camera, but the phone can be expanded with microSD cards.
The battery life is pretty good, but you will want to make sure that you take a quick look at your battery when you’re done using it.
The iPhone will also require a Wi-Fi connection when you need it to access Wi-fi hotspots.
The most interesting new feature on the 5s comes with the software.
You get the iOS 11 upgrade to Siri, which gives you more information on your iPhone and lets you play your favorite music.
You can also play your videos from the iTunes app.
The only new feature here is the addition to the Quick Connect app to allow you to send and receive SMS messages and emails.
The new camera is also a huge improvement.
The phone has a 10MP camera, and that is one of the best on a smartphone.
The new camera also works with a variety of cameras, from standard-resolution sensors like the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to a few ultra-high-end cameras like the Samsung Galaxy S6.
The fingerprint sensor is great, and it does what it says on the tin, which means that you can lock the phone with a quick swipe.
The screen is a touch sensitive one, and if you touch it, you will hear the screen vibrate.
The fingerprint sensor also works when you are looking at a QR code.
The software is very responsive and it works well on my Galaxy S7, and my iPhone 6.
The cameras are accurate, too.
You will also notice a new option in the Settings app called “iPhone 5s camera.”
This will let you switch between the iPhone’s camera and the Google Pixel camera.
The 5s has a 1080p camera with an image stabilization, so this will be the most important feature on this phone.
If you need a lot of space, the iPhone can also be used for selfies.
This means that if you need more than 16GB of free storage, you can just place the phone in a microUSB port on your computer and plug it into your Mac.
It will take up the same amount of space as an SD card.
The only downside is that you cannot use the iPhone in portrait mode.
However, the 5S is still much smaller than most other phones and its front camera is still capable of capturing photos in the standard resolution of 4K.
The rear camera is very sharp and does not suffer from noise artifacts.
The screen is gorgeous, and there is plenty of room for apps.
The resolution is good, and with the resolution upgrade, it is also easier to browse the web.
The colors are vibrant and bright, and even if you don’t have an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s, you should still enjoy the screen.
The back camera is great as well.
The notch on the top makes it easier to