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iPhone 5s vs iPhone 5c

Apple’s dual release of the iPhone 5c and the iPhone 5s comes just a year after the release of the original iPhone 5. Understandably, some might question the logic in getting a new phone — or phones, in this case — out so quickly. Yet the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s provide several newer features, and gives consumers an option worth picking their brains over: do they want an upgrade that’s affordable, or a dazzling new phone that’s never been seen before?

iPhone 5c: new casing, new camera, small price

Both phones provide some changes to the original iPhone 5. The iPhone 5c has less changes, but it does provide a cheaper alternative in upgrading your old phone with some flashy new looks.

The outer casing of the iPhone 5c, for example, includes a new polycarbonate plastic shell that’s available in five different colors: pink, sky blue, white, lime green, or yellow. The casing is smooth but hard, allowing for more resistance to cracking in the case of accidental dropping.

Adjustments in the phone itself also provide the user with several new options. The new steel antenna is also the backing of the phone, which allows for more physical space for a fancy new HD camera and a larger battery. Additionally, the iPhone 5c includes the newest operating system, Apple’s iOS 7. Starting at just $99 for a service plan renewal, it’s clear to see that the iPhone 5c is a good bargain for a pretty decent upgrade.

Get the latest technology with the iPhone 5s

While it’s a bit more pricey, the iPhone 5s provides all of the latest gadgetry and internal processing speed Apple customers could ask for. It’s 64-bit chip processor matches some laptop speeds, and is twice as fast as the original iPhone 5. Users won’t be complaining much about speed with a phone like this!

In addition to its enhanced processing, the iPhone 5s has several other features that make it appealing. It’s new 1.5 micron pixel camera provides HD imagery that can’t be matched. The camera itself can capture 10 frames per second, sorting out the images and combining them in no time at all to provide a better image overall. The video for the iPhone 5s is also better, shooting 120 frames per second and allowing you to watch your videos in slow-motion. With a new LED light fixture on the device that allows different lighting options to match the scenery you’re in, those who are looking for a camera as well as a phone will be drawn to the iPhone 5s.

If security is your concern, the iPhone 5s has you covered there as well. In addition to the normally secure format that Apple customers have come to familiarize themselves


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