Donny Khalaf

New iPhone 5S and 5C…. What’s the different?

In SmartPhone, Tablet, Technology on September 10, 2013 at 7:12 pm

I have received emails and questions in person about my opinion with the new iPhone 5S and 5C. It has been released to the public today with two new iPhone models (5S and 5C) and iOS 7.

iPhone 5C is replacing the iPhone 5. The overall different between 5C and 5 is the cosmetic. You get the chance to pick the color of the iPhone 5C. Keep in mind if you have iPhone 5 and has case for it, it will not fit on iPhone 5C. It also has a new New backside illumination sensor for better FaceTime experience. Other than that, it is pretty much the same as the iPhone 5.

iPhone 5S is the newest model which has the same size as the iPhone 5 but with several upgrade and fingerprint sensor. It is approximately 20% faster speed than the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C. The fingerprint sensor allows you to use your finger to verify who you are instead of using password. It is more secure and less inconvenience when typing in the password. It has a better flash mode to produce better picture quality than iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C. Another advantage of recording video is the slow-motion capability which allow you to make slow-motion video.

Overall, in my opinion, if you use your iPhone all day long by getting on the internet and multicasting with different apps – plus willing to shell out $100, iPhone 5S is the one. Otherwise, pick iPhone 5C. If that is for me, I will pick iPhone 5C.

iOS 7 will be coming out on September 18th and will work with iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5C, and 5S. It will also works with iPad Mini, iPad 2, 3, and 4 as well as iTouch 5th generation. It has major retrofit operating system and look very different than what you currently use. I’m pretty exciting and can’t wait to upgrade my devices. For more information about iOS 7, click on this link to learn more about iOS 7. On September 18th, you can go to Settings then General then Software Update to upgrade free of charge. It will be massive so be expecting up to an hour or longer depending on your internet speed to download and upgrade. Make sure that your device is plugged in and fully charge.

I hope this will find you well to decide if you want to upgrade and to purchase a new iPhone based on your preference.


Donny 🙂

  1. Think you Donny. Very informative! I am more than ready for the update!

    Sent from my iPhone

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