Oct 8, 2012

iPhone 5 review: Marveling at the existence of the greatest phone ever made
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Mobile, Technology

 

I happen to have the iPhone 4s and am happy with it, although a few days ago while with a client I was actually amazed when I was able to hold his iPhone 5 in my hands. The first thing I noticed is that it is much lighter. It is thinner, and it is bigger. It is in my opinion one word, magnificent.

 

I’ll go even further: When I pick up the iPhone 5 and examine it closely, I find it difficult to believe that this device actually exists. The iPhone 5 does not feel like a product that was mass produced. In a strange way, it doesn’t feel like it was built at all. This is a gadget that seems as if it fell into the box fully formed. If you run your hands around its face, you scarcely feel any seams or other points of connection; there’s little evidence that this thing is a highly complex device made from lots of smaller things. Instead it just feels like a single, solid, exquisitely crafted piece of machinery, and once you pick it up you never want to put it down.

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