Sami, 11 Sep 2013I have an I phone5 and the battery dies on six hours /standby. I have 3 days to return it. hmmmits an expensive phone ,if you have doubts send it back while you have chance...You can do some more research and always buy it again if you want too.
hello, i have some question to ask regarding the LTE support on the iPhone5. i bought an iphone5 from apple store in paris, but im currently living in MALAYSIA, just a neighbouring country of singapore. the problem is that my LTE isn't functioning..So my question is that, is there a possibility that my LTE will not function because i bought it in paris and used it in MALAYSIA, or is it my device is spoilt?
I just notice that my phone turn the light on when I press volume button. All your Iphone5 the same as mine or not, please reply to let me know clearly, cz m worry it will error with volume button.
Anonymous, 11 Sep 2013removable battery is not for you to remove it and throw it away, but to temporarily replace it... moreYeah the iPhone 5 has incredibly poor battery life if you use apps and games often and I see those people all the time either connected up to a charger or permanently having one of those huge battery cases stuck on the back of it, Where other phones you just have a spare battery in my glovebox like I have or I just put in my high capacity battery which is over double the capacity of standard battery and all it does is make the phone a few MM thicker.
Iphone 5 is definitely an excellent phone, but the for ones whom like to 'personalize' and have fun with the system of their units it is certainly not preferable. So it's up to which side are you in. And despite the solid built, imho, it's too costly and lack of value.
I have an I phone5 and the battery dies on six hours /standby. I have 3 days to return it. hmmm
Jay, 10 Sep 2013Memory card - perhaps, but removable battery ? Better not. When have I replaced a battery - on... moreremovable battery is not for you to remove it and throw it away, but to temporarily replace it with the spare one once it gets empty and you desperately need a phone (on long trips and places you dont have a charger in every step of the way)
iphone 5 has been discontinued as apple recently launched iphone 5s, iphone 5c.
[deleted post]I don't like constantly seeing people getting all excited about getting an iPhone only to get it and realise it's nowhere near as good as they hoped but end up stuck with it.
And people like you keep trying to say it's perfect and saying everyone who doesn't have an iPhone secretly wants one when of course that is incredibly dumb to say, And since a huge amount of people buying a phone might only bother checking in the iPhone forums they might never know if it's actually right for them and they need to know what's wrong with it and what's right with other phones, And I really don't care if you trying to chase me out because that's your problem for not being willing to listen to any opinion other than your own.
Jay, 10 Sep 2013Memory card - perhaps, but removable battery ? Better not. When have I replaced a battery - on... moreI already recycle my old batteries at my local supermarket so that is a poor excuse to not have removable battery, Because the problem is when your battery runs low you always have to be near a charger and Apple knows the average user won't change their own battery so make more money from people paying them to change them.
Pork Chop, 09 Sep 2013It's always funny how people like you always defend the iPhone's lack of features just like I ... moreMemory card - perhaps, but removable battery ? Better not. When have I replaced a battery - once in one nokia phone out of the twenty different ones I have used. Removable battery is a not a good idea for the environment. Better for the phone company to handle it responsibly.
jay, 10 Sep 2013My sister want to buy me a new phone but I am confuse between S4mini and Iphone5.Which has bet... morebetter go for iphone 5, low maintenance and high quality, worth than samsung :) just an advice