Take A Look At The Impressions From iPhone 5
While we all expect the iPhone 5 on sale, scheduled for today, September 21, the journalists of major media publications already have access to the new product from Apple. This was done to ensure that a few days before the release of the smartphone to provide potential buyers with its first reviews in the network. Embargo on such articles was taken today, and we already have the opportunity to see the impressions of the iPhone 5 to the first users.
Among them was a technical columnist Walt Mossberg from Wall Street Journal, who said the speed of the new device. According to him, the main thing that distinguishes the iPhone 5 from its predecessors is its speed. And it’s not just about performance, increased due to a faster processor, but the speed of the internet. This is made possible thanks to LTE support.
Tim Stevens from Engadget praised the battery life of the iPhone 5. Smartphone able to work 11 hours and 15 minutes of continuous video playback with the included Wi-Fi and LTE. Such a result, of course, have to “like” the owners of Android flagships.
David Pogue on behalf of The New York Times praised the improved camera of the new iPhone. According to him, in low light, it makes a much better pictures than the camera of iPhone 4S.
Jim Dalrymple from The Loop was struck by how much changed brought elongated screen of iPhone 5. At first glance, a chance to see big changes in the text from of a Web page or e-mail does not seem important, but in reality if you continue to use new iPhone you notice really big changes.
In terms of overall evaluation of iPhone 5 sources agree that the new smartphone is a dramatically improved version of the 4S. Despite the lack of revolutionary technologies, you can use iPhone with pleasure, and high-quality design once again makes marvel at the skills of Apple engineers. In addition, the new iPhone is extremely fast, and supports LTE, ensuring long battery life. Finally, guys from Cupertino offered his view on the 4-inch display, while maintaining its convenience and added advantage of increasing the diagonal.