iPhone 5 Consumer Reports touts “best [camera] we’ve seen on a smartphone”
Nokia 808 had slightly an edge in the case of delivering the best quality shots, the iPhone 5′s 8-megapixel camera was called “the best [they'd] seen on a sensible phone.” Consumer Reports also noted that the iPhone 5 “move[s] up the ranks, surpassing not just the former iPhone 4S but additionally quite a few other new Android-based smart phones.”
This report does mention Maps as a sore point amongst fellow reviewers they’d spoken with, but they themselves have made it clear that the app was “competent enough” for a free app included with the telephone. They note that their auto experts have tested the app, and that “they describe the app as relatively streamlined, and concluded that it generally provides clear guidance, including voice and on-screen directions.” In addition they noted that “more often than not, our testers found Flyover delivered rather intriguing 3D representations that bring a map to life.”
With a boosted set of abilities with its Siri voice assistant in addition to 4G LTE capabilities and a bigger 4-inch display, this device is what Consumer Reports calls considered one of its most rated phones ever. For those of you wondering what the tip phone at the Consumer Reports rating list is at that time: it is the Samsung Galaxy S III. Samsung and Apple continue their litigation against each other in numerous sectors, with the newest being suits surrounding not one, but either one of the phones just mentioned.
You could have a peek at our iPhone 5 review right this minute and learn the total extent of Apple’s push to create, again, the correct iPhone ever. This update to the iPhone line has spurred millions of sales in its first week and can certainly stay a hot seller during the future. So far as companions go, it’d appear that an iPad mini could be joining the party soon – stay tuned to our Apple hub for the whole detail wave!
[via Consumer Reports]