iPhone 5: a (brief) review
I planned to write an in depth review of the iPhone 5, but after getting about 600 words in I decided I wasn’t going to bother. I will, however, still give you my opinion of Apple’s latest iPhone.
If you own an iPhone 4S or earlier do yourself a favor and don’t spend too much time with an iPhone 5. If you do, you will want one and will think your iPhone is tiny and slow. Everything about it is better: the screen, the size, the weight, the camera, the speed, even the apps (minus Maps, which I haven’t had a problem with but hear they are not so good). I even love the new connector. It will take some time (and money) to upgrade all of my charging cables, but thats progress. Get over it.
I’ll admit, I wasn’t very excited about what Apple unveiled on September 12th, but that quickly changed when I held it in my hand. No, it doesn’t have a 4.8” screen and a quad-core processor, but what it does have is the build quality of a luxury automobile; the most cohesive mobile OS; and the best third-party apps. It’s an iPhone, perfected.