About iPhone 5s
Although the iPhone 5s is well over 5 years old, this seventh generation smartphone from Apple is still worth your while, as it can still hold its own among current smartphones with technology still used today, and certain features that some may find more desirable buying option over newer generation iPhone models.
On the technical side, the iPhone 5s features a 1.3GHz dual core processor and along with 1GB of RAM, the iPhone 5s is great at handling many high-demand tasks even today. While the 4-inch, 640 x 1136 pixel touch display is smaller than the current trend of smartphone screen sizes, it is still very capable, and a favorable option for those not looking for a phone that’s too big to fit comfortably in their hand. The display offers a 16:9 aspect ratio at 326 pixels per inch.
Coming with 16GB of non-expandable internal storage, the iPhone 5s should be sufficient enough to hold all kinds of media, including videos and lots of photos. Speaking of photos, the iPhone 5s features an 8-megapixel camera on the rear with dual LED flash. There is also another camera on the front with 1.2 megapixels, allowing for a good-quality selfie. Additionally, this phone features a non-removable battery, offering 1570mAh of power.
Want to know how to get connected with the iPhone 5s? This Apple smartphone comes with a wide range of connectivity options, including the following:
• 3G & 4G/LTE
• Lightning Cable
The iPhone 5s comes in a metal body, weighing in at 112 grams. This seventh-generation model is available in space gray, gold, and silver color options.
A great feature of the iPhone 5s, which is still used today, is its cutting-edge fingerprint sensor. This allows for easy, secure access. The iPhone 5s is currently still supported by iOS updates, as of version 12.