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The iPhone 5S and 5C | Daring Fireball
“Can’t Innovate, My Ass”, Indeed
So what has Apple delivered with the iPhone 5S?
This is what innovation, real innovation, looks like. It’s like the Thomas Edison quote, “Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” Innovation is missed by most people because it is so often incremental.
Review: iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s | The Loop
Shortly after Apple’s iPhone event ended on September 10, I walked into a room to speak with Apple executives about the new devices. During that meeting, I was also given a green iPhone 5c and a gold iPhone 5s to review, both running iOS 7—I’ve been using those two phones for the last week.
A New Touch for iPhone | AllThingsD
My biggest disappointment is that there have been only minor improvements to the keyboard. Unlike in Android, Apple still bars you from substituting third-party keyboards with better auto-correction. The company says this is due to security worries.
Overall, however, the new iPhone 5s is a delight. Its hardware and software make it the best smartphone on the market.
In Arrival of 2 iPhones, 3 Lessons | NYTimes.com
LESSON 1 Apple may have set its own bar for innovation too high.
It’s a terrific phone. The price is right. It will sell like hot cakes; the new iPhones go on sale Friday. But just sheathing last year’s phone in shiny plastic isn’t a stunning advance.
LESSON 2 The smartphone is mature.
Focus instead on the silver lining: you can keep your current phone longer without feeling obsolete quite so soon.
LESSON 3 If we’re reaching a point of diminishing returns in hardware breakthroughs, the software breakthroughs are only just getting under way.
New iPhones and iOS 7 team up for winning combo | USA Today
The iPhone 5s Review | AnandTech
Apple’s move to 64-bit proves it is not only committed to supporting its own microarchitectures in the mobile space, but also that it is being a good steward of the platform. Just like AMD had to do in the mid-2000s, Apple must plan ahead for the future of iOS and that’s exactly what it has done. The immediate upsides to moving to 64-bit today are increased performance across the board as well as some huge potential performance gains in certain FP and cryptographic workloads.
The iPhone 5c Review | AnandTech
Personally I’d prefer the iPhone 5s simply because of its more modern platform, even if I were recommending a device for someone else not as concerned with performance. Supporting the latest ISA (which will probably stick around for a while) and OpenGL ES 3.0 are both important if you’re going to be keeping your phone for a very long time and plan on using it for more than just the basic first party apps.
Apple throwing its hat into the multi-device race marks a very important change for the company. I’ve always believed that the smartphone space would end up looking a lot like the PC industry, or in Apple’s case, the Mac business. Apple presently offers a handful of Mac notebooks, and I see no reason why Apple will stop at two with the iPhone.
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