The Right Click
- Tori Floyd at The Right Click1 yr ago
So, you’ve had you’re first look at Apple’s new iPhone 5S. As expected, it's got more storage space, improved features and even a nifty fingerprint security button. But once you step back from all those bells and whistles, you probably find yourself asking, just how different is it from my iPhone I have now?
If you are currently toting an iPhone 5 and want to know if it’s worth ditching it to get the iPhone 5S, we’ve got you covered. Here are the ways that the iPhone 5S outperforms the iPhone 5, and the areas where nothing much has changed.
The new iPhone 5S’s A7 chip will have processing power that rivals computers we were buying just a few years ago. It’s the first 64-bit chip to ever be put in a phone, making what Apple is calling a “huge leap forward in mobile computing performance.” That leap forward means the iPhone 5S will be twice as fast as the iPhone 5, and have twice the graphics performance. To demonstrate the difference, Apple demonstrated Infinity Blade III , a sequel to the popular (and graphic-intensive) iOS series: