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★ギークのおススメ iPhone レビュー

Posted in アップル, レビュー by shiro on 2013年9月19日

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ギークたちのレーダーにかかった iPhone 5C/5S、iOS 7 レビュー

John Gruber のおススメ: —

Anand Lal Shimpi [The iPhone 5s Review | AnandTech]

Copiously detailed and researched. A genuine pleasure to read. So glad Apple provided AnandTech with iPhone review units. As I concluded, the 5S is a performance and graphics powerhouse:

David Pogue [Yes, There’s a New iPhone. But That’s Not the Big News. | NYTimes.com[]

Jim Dalrymple [Review: iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s | The Loop]

The whole front page of The Loop is chockablock with great iOS 7 links. I won’t bother duplicating them, just go to The Loop and load them into tabs from there.

Rene Ritchie [iOS 7 review | iMore]

No idea how anyone is getting any work done today — so much great stuff to read, so many updated apps to try.

Jim Dalrymple のおススメ: —

John Gruber [The iPhone 5S and 5C | Daring Fireball]

Two things that I thought were particularly interesting in John’s review: the part about innovation and the section on 64-bit. Definitely worth a read.

Anand Lal Shimpi [The iPhone 5s Review | AnandTech]

I don’t think there is anyone more qualified to do this type of high-end technical review.

Rene Ritchie [iOS 7 review | iMore]

Speak of busy, Rene Ritchie wrote almost 14,000 words on iOS 7.

MG Siegler のおススメ: —

A Few Great iPhone 5s Reads | ParisLemon

・Walt Mossberg: A New Touch for iPhone | AllThingsD

For the “normals”, it’s still Walt Mossberg.

・John Gruber [The iPhone 5S and 5C | Daring Fireball]

For a little bit of fun, good analysis, and venturing a bit into the weeds, it’s John “in your fucking pocket”

・Anand Lal Shimpi [The iPhone 5s Review | AnandTech]

For hands-down the best technically detailed write up, it’s Anand Lal Shimpi.

Marco Arment のおススメ: —

Anand Lal Shimpi [The iPhone 5s Review | AnandTech]

The only 5s review I need to read, packed with tons of analysis of the A7.

John Gruber [The iPhone 5S and 5C | Daring Fireball]

OK, add one more. Fantastic review by John Gruber.

And his argument in the first footnote for capitalizing “5S” and “5C” has convinced me to stick with that convention.

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