So the Apple iPhone 5 was announced in San Francisco last night to either your awe or disappointment. Or perhaps your indifferent to it. Either way we would like to know what you thought of last night’s news:
How does the iPhone 5 compare to Android headliners such as the Galaxy S3, Xperia T and HTC One X?
IS NFC too important a feature now to have been omitted?
What do you think of the new features that have been announced; do they offer what you would have hoped for or are you left wanting more?
Are you left comparing hardware and software to features in top of the range Android handsets?
The connector has been changed. If you’re an existing Apple user, is this enough to influence your buying decision or do you accept that this was necessary? Could they have used MicroUSB?
We won’t go into too much detail about the event, but the main features of the new iPhone are listed below. We’ll have the iPhone 5 listed on the Clove site shortly, with plenty of comparison articles to follow on the Clove Blog in the coming weeks.
Apple iPhone 5 main features:
- Available in Black or White
- 16/32/64GB memory
- 4-inch retina display
- Apple A6 Processor
- 16:9 aspect ratio
- 8 megapixel iSight camera
- Panorama mode
- 1.2MP, HD front facing camera
- Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G, LTE, HSPA+
- A-GPS and GLONASS
- Digital Compass
- New ‘lightning’ connector
- Glass & aluminium design