iPhone 5 (6th generation) Summary
In September 2012, the 6th generation of the famous smartphones from Apple came on the market. And this time, Apple made a lot of changes and updates. But this was an important step, because a lot of users were disappointed of the update from the iPhone 4 to the iPhone 4s. So Apple came with a whole redesigned iPhone 5.
Direct attention is paid to the larger display. With 4 inches and a resolution of 1136 x 640 pixels, the first thought you got was: “That thing is huge”. But despite the new size, the iPhone’s weight was just 112g. So it was significantly lighter than its predecessor. Another striking aspect was the new Lightning dock connector.
But also inside the new iPhone 5 you could find a lot of updates. The new A6 dual-core processor should provide twice as much speed towards his predecessor CPU. Thus it was considerably faster, but could not keep up with the competition to the competitor’s quad-core models. The camera got a lot faster, allowing Panorama pictures and taking picture during video recording. In addition, the iPhone 5 was the first of its series to support mobile standard LTE, which allows significantly higher speeds.
Special features of the iPhone 5
- 4-inch display
- Nano SIM
- Dual-band WiFi & LTE
A year after the release of the iPhone 5 Apple broke its rhythm to launch one new model every year. In 2013 we could buy a new iPhone 5C or a new iPhone 5S.
|Apple iPhone 4 – Technial data and specifications|
|Release||September 21, 2012|
|Display||Retina Display, 4 inch, 1136 x 640 pixels|
|Camera||Rear cam: 8 Megapixel (1080p Video)
Front cam: 1.2 Megapixel (720p Video)
|Processor||1.3 GHz dual core 32-bit ARMv7-A “Swift”|
|Internal memory||16GB, 32GB or 64GB|
Ambient light sensor
|Battery||Lithium-Ion, 3.8 V, 5.45 Wh (1,440 mAh)
8 hours Voice Call
225 hours standby
Multi-touch touchscreen display
|Connectivity||GSM, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA ,WLAN, Bluetooth, LTE|
|Dimensions and weight||12,38 x 5,86 x 0,76 cm and 112g|
|Particularities||4 inch display