2iPhone 5S: Touch ID is a decisive factor
3iPhone 5C: The Price Can’t Be Beaten
4iPhone 5S: The A7 Processor Is Great
5iPhone 5C: It’s a Little More Colorful Now
6iPhone 5S: The M7 Coprocessor Has Value
7iPhone 5C: An Ideal Choice for Novices
There are still many people out there who don’t have an iPhone and want to jump into the smartphone game. For them, the iPhone 5C might be just what they need. The device is cheap, it’s running the same iOS version found in the iPhone 5S, and it can come with enough storage for entry-level users to get by. It’s not a bad option.
8iPhone 5S: The Best Answer Yet to the Galaxy S 4
There are some customers who just don’t like Android, and the thought of adopting the Samsung Galaxy S 4 smartphone is anathema. For those folks, the iPhone 5S seems like a better bet. The device has a nice design and is about as powerful, thanks to the A7 processor, as Samsung’s option. Overall, it’s a nice device.
9iPhone 5C: A Not-So Midtier Handset
The iPhone 5C was supposed to be a midtier handset to compete against products like Nokia’s Lumia line and Samsung’s second-line products. However, the device has a 4-inch screen and a Retina display, and can run iOS 7 with ease. If that’s a midtier device, it’s providing an awful lot of value to customers.
10iPhone 5S: The Gold-Colored Option
It’s no surprise that Apple quickly sold out its initial stock of the gold-colored iPhone 5S. Current buyers will have to wait until at least October to take delivery of a gold iPhone. The device is good-looking and appeals to customers who want a special, stylish experience. It’s a nice option for quite a few customers.
11iPhone 5C: A Camera Lover’s Paradise?
The iPhone 5C, again, was supposed to be a midtier device. However, the handset comes with a camera that can match just about any device on the market. The iPhone 5C has an 8-megapixel camera that can snap high-fidelity photos with ease. Plus, its video-recording capabilities are stellar. Overall, the iPhone 5C performs quite well from an image-capturing perspective.