iPhone 5

Asking price:£599.00

This cool gadget is now avalible in an apple store near you!!!

The iPhone 5 is is the thinnest, lightest phone ever. Its features are more vibrant than ever, with a 4-inch display and a beautiful aluminium enclose. Even the ear pods have been completely re-imaged.

For sale now at £599.00

iPhone 5 wireless features

iPhone 5 supports more networks all over the world. That includes advanced networks such as HSPA, HSPA+ and DC-HSDPA. Browse, download and stream content at ultra-fast speeds. Dual-band 802.11n wireless connectivity accelerates your Wi-Fi experience too — up to 150 Mbps

This amazing fun fantastic phone will blow you away!!!

Pros and Cons of an iPhone 5

Pros:


  • Extremely thin, sleek, and very light weight design with a relatively durable aluminium back panel.


  • Beautiful ultra-high-resolution 4-Inch "Retina Display" (1136x640, 326 ppi) provides more viewable area without increasing the width of the device.


  • Effectively global 4G/LTE support.


  • Quality camera for a smart phone is capable of shooting 8 megapixel stills and 1080p 30 FPS video.


  • Significantly faster than all earlier iPhone models with improved graphics performance.


  • Battery life is long enough to provide all day use for many.


  • Three noise cancelling microphones provides significantly improved call quality compared to earlier iPhone devices.


  • Support for a vast library of third-party apps and webapps.


  • Relatively inexpensive if tied to an often expensive contract.


Cons:


  • Aluminium back panel can be subject to scratches and dents, so much so that some shipped scratched from the factory.


  • Case is so light that it almost feels fake and some users may prefer the "heft" of the earlier iPhone 4S or iPhone 4 models.


  • Camera lacks optical zoom.


  • Battery life can be shorter than official estimates, particularly for mobile data use.


  • Lightning connector is not backwards compatible with the earlier Dock Connector or thousands of existing third-party accessories.


  • Nano SIM card may be a hassle when traveling (although a larger SIM can be cut down to fit).


  • Unlocked and contract-free models are considerably more expensive than contract encumbered models and the iPod touch line.