IPhone 5:

The All New IPhone 5 :


























Key features of the iPhone 5:

  • 4-inch, 326ppi Retina display at 1136 x 640 pixels, with improved battery life.                                    

  • A6 processor 
  • Broadcom BCM5976 touchscreen

  • MDM9615M LTE modem 

  • GPRS, EDGE, EV-DO, HSPA, HSPA+, DC-HSDPA, LTE and Wi-Fi
  • GPS

  • Bluetooth 3.0

  • 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD recording, 720p front-facing camera

  • 16GB, 32GB and 64GB memory ranges available 


  The iphone is totaly made out of aluminum and glass, the iPhone 5 weighs 112 grams, which is  20 percent lighter than the iPhone 4S, and is the thinnest iPhone yet at 7.6mm. Apple has chosen to debut iOS 6 with the iPhone 5. The new OS includes Apple's own Maps app, an updated version of Siri and lots more. Overall, the new iPhone has been upgraded in almost all respects.

One of the biggest changes to iOS is the addition of Apple’s own Maps app in the place of Google Maps. The new Maps app has a built-in search for local points of interest, with over 100 million possible suggestions. Other features of the Maps app include navigation, routing, 3D maps, satellite imagery – that wraps around the 3D maps – and the ability to get directions directly through Siri. Most of the standard features of the Maps app, including satellite view, are available in almost all countries the iPhone ships to.

Siri has also been updated and new features include support for more languages, easy access to sports scores, restaurant recommendations and movie listings; Siri and Facebook-enabled apps like Photos, Safari and Maps; and Shared Photo Streams via iCloud.

Safari has also received a major update – the ability to go full screen on the device by touching the arrows on the corners. Another major feature of the new Safari app is the ability to sync tabs between the desktop and iOS versions of Safari. This new feature is called iCloud Tabs. The new Mail app has also received some updates, including the ability to mark people as VIPs and the ability to flag certain mails for follow-ups.

 
iFixit says replacing a cracked front panel is significantly easier on the iPhone 5 than on the iPhone 4/4S. Probably good news, since glass and dropped phones generally don't mix. In fact, despite keeping the pentalobe screws, iFixit found the iPhone 5 scored a respectable 7/10 on the repairability scale.