Do You Think What These Guys Said About the iPhone 5s and 5c are True?
Published on September 12th, 2013
Now that Apple has officially unveiled the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, we got a better look at what we should expect from these phones. But as Apple presents them, I couldn’t help but notice the same tone they use to present the previous generations of iPhones. Well according to these group of people the new iPhone 5S and 5C are both innovatively deceptive products. I might not totally agree with the 5S, but if we are talking about the 5c and yes it is.
Watch the video below and tell me what you think about what they said.
Do you think what the guys said from the video above are real? Putting aside the Android phones and Windows Phones and let’s just focus on the iPhone 5S and 5c, what do you think? The video above might be a parody, but you can’t also deny the fact that some of the things they say are true.
I don’t totally dislike the iPhone 5S. But I am disappointed with it. The only thing that I liked about the 5S is the Touch ID. Apple has innovatively integrated the fingerprint scanner in the home button. It looks very nice, but they are not the first one to implement a fingerprint scanner on a phone.
But I totally agree that the iPhone 5C is a deceptive product. It’s just an iPhone 5 in a plastic shell. I would rather get an iPhone 5 than a 5C. That’s why Apple has discontinued the iPhone 5 so that they could sell the 5c.
By the way during the iPhone 5S event, why would anyone compare the performance speed of the newly develop processor to the first generation CPU? The iPhone 5s is 40x faster in terms of CPU and 56x in terms of Graphics when compared to the original iPhone. It’s like saying that the latest 4th gen Intel Core i7 Haswell processor is 50x faster than the first Intel Core processor. Nobody compares the latest generation from the first generation. Usually we compare it with its predecessor.
Note: I’m neither an iPhone hater nor a Fanboy. I have an iPhone 5 and an Android phone and I use them both. Just looking things in a not-so-fanboy perspective.