Posts Tagged ‘iPhone 5S’

Here’s a head-to-head speed test comparison between iOS 9.3 beta 2 vs iOS 9.2.1 final version in the form of four videos, one each for iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s.

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A new set of videos showing iOS 9.2.1 vs iOS 9.2 speed comparison confirms that the latest firmware is noticeable faster, especially on older 32-bit devices.

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These videos offer side-by-side speed comparisons between iOS 9.3 beta 1 vs iOS 9.2 on iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s.

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Is iOS 9.2 worth installing? These videos show speed comparison between iOS 9.2 vs iOS 9.1 on older iPhones, namely the iPhone 4s, 5, 5s and 6.

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Called iPhone 5s Mark II and coming in early 2016, the specs of Apple’s rumored 4-inch iPhone are said to be based on the existing iPhone 5s model but with Apple’s A8 chip, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 and a FaceTime HD camera with improved ƒ/2.2 aperture. Here are the full details.

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Here’s performance comparison between iOS 9.2 beta 2 vs iOS 9.1 final version on older devices such iPhone 5s, iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s.

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Here’s a specs comparison between iPhone 6s Plus vs iPhone 6s vs iPhone 6 Plus vs iPhone 6 vs iPhone 5s. This comprehensive side-by-side specs comparison chart for the current lineup may help you decide which one is right for you.

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Apple announced revised iPhone lineup and pricing models at today’s event, with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus dropping by $100, iPhone 5s going free on contract and the iPhone 5c being discontinued.

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Here’s how to make iPhone flashlight feature use dual LEDs for even brighter light. This works on iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus only.

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There is an abundance of films shot with iPhones, but who would have thought this year’s runaway hit at the Sundance Film Festival, Tangerine, was shot using Apple’s iPhone 5s? Read all about it, right after the jump.

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iPhone 6 vs 6 Plus vs 5s vs 5c vs 5 vs 4s vs 4 vs 3GS vs 3G vs 2G speaker volume compared on video. Here are the complete details. Find out which iPhone is the loudest to date.

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The iPhone is known to be found in odd places, doing a bunch of weird and rather cool things. For its latest feat, Apple’s prised handset has found itself a new job, and it involves sorting out M&Ms by color. More details and how the contraption works can be found after the break.

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When Touch ID, Apple’s fingerprint sensor, first emerged on the scene with last year’s launch of the iPhone 5s, it was dispelled by many as a gimmick. It quickly emerged that it was anything but – rather a very refined measure that enhanced security and promoted seamlessness. With iOS 8, Apple has further expanded Touch ID’s reach, adding third-party support allowing banking, password management and other such apps to reap the fruits of the implementation. It’s still not without its fair share of limitations, though, and among them, the fact that it doesn’t immediately allow a user to log in right after a reboot. It has now emerged that this isn’t an arbitrary decision imparted by Apple, but actually, is due to the secure infrastructure upon which Touch ID is based.

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The annual Pwn2Own competition, held at the PacSec conference in Tokyo, is now under way. The challenge, for those willing to undertake it, is to bypass security measures and exploit a device’s sandbox, with significant monetary gains to be made for the most complex, highly-rated hacks. We may only be at day one, but thus far, Pwn2Own has been an unqualified success for our hackers, with some of the most popular devices in the mobile industry having already been pwned.

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On its website, Apple waxes poetic about the improvements in LTE speed offered by the iPhone 6. The fact that it, as Apple states, “has more LTE bands than any other smartphone” and “supports more advanced wireless technologies to boost performance” should, in theory, mean that it’s considerably quicker in terms of speed than the preceding iPhone 5s. Taglines and promises are one thing, and as we’ve learned only too many times, real-world performance can often be another, and so to dispel any lingering notion of doubt, you can see the iPhone 6 in a side-by-side speed test with last year’s flagship iPhone 5s below.

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The list of advertised features should be more than enough to convince even the most reluctant user that Apple’s new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones are a worthy competitor to any device on the market. With that said, if you’re one of the few still sitting on the fence, unable to make your mind up about the jumbo-sized iPhone 6 Plus, then maybe this little video will push you over the edge.

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Anyone who had the original iPhone back in 2007 will remember that it had an appalling camera. It wasn’t just not up to the standards of today – it wasn’t up to the standards of 2007. Thankfully, as the years have rolled on by, someone at Apple realized that people like to take photos with their phones, partly thanks to their always-connected nature and the fact that they’re always with us.

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Speed test comparison between iPhone 6 Plus vs iPhone 6 vs 5s vs 5c vs 5 vs 4S vs 4 vs 3GS vs 3G vs original iPhone 2G. We know the iPhone 6 Plus is going to be faster than the original iPhone from 2007, but by how much? Find out in this video.

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Apple has just announced two new iPhones in the form of the iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6, but while many had reported that the iPhone 5c would be instantly removed from the line-up, the Cupertino company has opted to keep last year’s releases retailing for the time being. As we noted in our earlier coverage, both 5s and 5c have been in receipt of handsome price drops, and with four smartphone options now on the table from Apple, we take a look at how each stands up against the other.

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There was much speculation as to what Apple’s two-pronged assault on the smartphone market would mean for last year’s iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s, but while the long-term futures of these two handsets is uncertain, the Cupertino company seems happy to retail both alongside the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus for the time being. Naturally, each has been dropped in price, and as well as being able to grab the iPhone 5s on contract for just $99 now, folks can also avail the iPhone 5c free of charge on a two-year package.

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