The device is available for pre-booking while shipping will start in October.
As we reported earlier also, the iPhone 5s is the first smartphone to use the 64 bit Apple A7 SoC (System on Chip). The 64 bit computing systems allows faster computing, which in short translates to faster application and gaming performance.
Apple has completely remolded the new iOS 7 for compatibility with the new iPhone 5s. The adoption of the 64 bit architecture allows the processor to be twice as fast in terms of processing power and computing muscle as compared to the older Apple A6 chip.
Along with the new processor Apple has also added the M7, motion co-processor to the device. This would allow the device to execute and handle sensors for basic tasks like for the use of exercise apps and location tagging applications, without the use of the main processor offering better battery life as well.
Apple iPhone 5s has 4 inch display as the older iPhone 5 with 1136 x 640 pixel resolution at 326 pixels per inch pixel density. Right under the display lies the biometric fingerprint scanner - the latest innovation of Apple. The fingerprint sensor sits right under the home key and allows users to securely unlock the device as well as to authenticate transactions such as purchasing applications and songs on iTunes store.
The iPhone 5s comes with a brand new camera module as well. Although it features the same 8 megapixels as the iPhone 5, Apple claims that it has reengineered the module with better optics and a bigger image sensor and added a True Tone flash as well to the back of the iPhone 5s. True tone flash comprises of a while and one amber LED element that provide neutral tone illumination to the subject being illuminated for better results.
Along with that the new camera would be able to take 10 frames per second burst shots along with slow motion video recording at 120 frames as well.
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