Vipul Bariya, 24 Sep 2013I am using an iPhone 5 model right now ? I don't see much difference in 5 & 5S. I am plann... moreiPhones last very long, and continue receiving the latest OS around three years. You would probably be ok to stay with your iPhone 5.
Best iPhone launch in history, rave reviews, and people loving it so far.
Good work by Apple.
[deleted post]Have to say iHating is much bigger religion, and it actually looks very sad.
You are very good example of that
You keep coming here everyday and trying to prove something, why you are here? This is iPhone 5s related section.
actually bought latest samsung galaxy or note smartphone, we just bought the latest technologies was useless.. we just pay expensive for cheapest and low materials..
We should bought expensive smartphone and can lasting for along year... Iphone smartphones is the best choices.
I am using an iPhone 5 model right now ? I don't see much difference in 5 & 5S. I am planning to go for 5S. Pls friends give me ur suggestions regd should I keep continue using my 5 for one year more or upgrade to 5S ? Kindly give me proper guidance as it's a one time investment for me till next one year. Thanks... :-)
iPhone slayer47, 24 Sep 2013apple iPhone 5s : 59% daily interest
galaxy note 3 : 94% daily interest.
lol the most over ... moreAs usual, the hater crowd looking for random statistics to justify whatever hahaha.
When the statistics go Apple's way, they ignore. Apple price goes down, they applaud, Apple is doomed. Goes up (been going up since launch), they just keep quiet.
Apple doesn't release launch day figures, they applaud, Apple is doomed. BOOM! NINE MILLION! They keep quiet. lol
apple iPhone 5s : 59% daily interest
galaxy note 3 : 94% daily interest.
lol the most over rated iPhone toy....
Android killing it in every way with specs. iPhone gang won't admit the specs from apple is so poor and two generations behind.
Anonymous, 24 Sep 2013Android only got 8bit/16bit emulator games. Substandard applications. I wonder how much har... moreSome 3d Android games are 64bits. Even xperia zr is better than Apples flagship iPhone 5s. There's no irony in the specs. You know the apple specs is just poor
Anonymous, 24 Sep 2013Android only got 8bit/16bit emulator games. Substandard applications.
I wonder how much har... moreYou really think Android only has 8&16 bit console emulators?
There's full speed emulators for all of those old systems plus Ps1, N64 and a Nintendo DS emulator called Drastic that works full speed on most games, has fully working touch screen, microphone, cheats and they currently working on getting multilayer over wifi working and this is on Google play like every other emulator unlike IPhone where you have to jailbreak to use any emulator which means essentially android has tens of thousands of more games than IOS.
Plus with Android you can use Ps3, 360 or pretty much any game controller with it so you just put the phone or tablet on your knee and play with the controllers or just get one of the controllers that fits onto the phone.
Tcool, 24 Sep 2013Still restricted to its dungeon iTunes. Restricted to its internal memory. Restricted to the... moreIs that all you can say here? I pity you, full of envy. Stock on lag droid s3. And continue to make up stories that you have tested all the phones. Grow up man
Caveats on TouchID hack from iDownloadblog
The group says the hack reaffirms the notion that biometric security isn’t foolproof, claiming it can be performed with “household materials.” However, it’s not likely that the average person has any of this equipment.
It’ll be interesting to see where this goes from here, but as of now, there’s no cause for concern. The method is just far too complex, with too many caveats, for there to be any real threat to the average iPhone 5s user.
I much prefer the design of the 5S handsets; I don't think I'd ever get my hands on a 5C through choice, personally.
My main issue with this is that we'll now most likely be waiting months for the iPhone 6 - although I am curious to see what model number they stop at.
While the phones look sleek, my only reasoning for getting my hands on the 5S will be purely because I'm currently on the iPhone 4 and need to upgrade, anyway. But aside from different colour schemes and fingerprint technology, I'm not seeing much reason to show interest in this update.
ThomasCarlsson, 24 Sep 2013My point is that that "touch-ID" is not as safe as Apple promise that it is!And you base that on what? Even now in the TouchID articles there are lots of comments pointing out that while it is possible to hack the fingerprint sensor (No security is 100%), it takes a super high resolution camera, a wax mold, and a process which takes hours. Lol
If you were designing a phone fingerprint sensor, this would fall under a very unlikely event, especially since wouldn't it be easier to just force you to use your finger? Hahaha haters don't think, they just swallow the hype.
iPhone 5s launch performance compared to other iPhone models and Samsung launch
Interesting to note that Samsung's BEST launch couldn't even compare to iPhone 3G launch. My feeling is SGS4 was Samsung's best launch, at the height of Samsung fever, which unfortunately has now died after Android users have discovered better build quality in rivals like HTC and Sony. SGS5 will probably sell less.