The first few reviews of the iPhone 5S are favorable. They point towards its various cool features and admit that it is a delight to use on a regular basis.
The iPhone 5S by Apple received two thumbs up from a number of reviews. One of them spoke of the fingerprint sensor which worked so simply and efficiently. And it is not just a flashy feature but operates superbly as well. The device requires the slightest of taps to function and it can also detect your fingerprint from many angles.
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Furthermore, its fast speed was a factor that went in its favor. Besides a speedier processor, it happens to be the first 64-bit smart phone on a global level. The photographic quality is much better than the iPhone 5. The camera has many facilities that ease the art of capturing pictures. It even shoots fairly good snaps in dim light which is definitely a plus point.
The iPhone 5S is the best when it comes to Apple Incorporated’s latest technology. Its camera is an evolved product and the fingerprint sensor is supersensitive stuff. Meanwhile, the iPhone 5C is meant to be a cheaper substitute for the iPhone 5S. Its colorful bubblegum nature is for the masses. In case of the iPhone 5S, the iOS 7 was an improvement over the previous operating system (iOS 6).
Besides its A7 microprocessor, the iPhone 5S was a product of synergy. In other words, the whole was greater than the sum of its parts. Seeking its ideology and philosophy from Steve Jobs’ style of perfectionism, the iPhone 5S has once again conquered the market with a flourish.
Engadget write in iPhone 5S review, "First, let’s tackle the camera’s low-light performance. The shots we took with the 5s were consistently better than what we took with the 5: they were sharper, with finer details, more natural colors and far less noise. As you might expect, our daylight shots were roughly on par, though there were a few times when the 5s won out by a slight margin, offering just a little more detail. All told, the 5s plays in the same league as all those other flagships with a bigger emphasis on imaging."
TechCrunch states in iPhone 5S review, "At first glance, it’s easy to dismiss the fingerprint sensor as a whiz-bang feature designed to attract eyeballs and do little else. But this isn’t that. The fingerprint sensor, unlike some other questionable recent smartphone tech like gesture control or eye-tracking, doesn’t feel like a gimmick or tech demo; it feels like a mature feature that actually enhances the overall experience of using an iPhone in a noticeable way that you encounter very frequently."
AllThingsD's Walt Mossberg is also loving camera functionality of iPhone 5S. He said, "All my pictures were slightly sharper than on the iPhone 5 and low-light pictures were much less washed out by the flash. The camera app has been improved, with a new burst mode that takes many shots quickly and then picks the best ones, and a slow-motion video feature that lets you choose parts of an action sequence to slow down. It worked seamlessly."