The new iPhone doesn’t look hugely different to the 4S. It is still recognisable as a typical iPhone; however, when you put them side by side the differences become more apparent. You can see that although the width of the phones is the same, the 5 is taller, packing in a larger 4-inch screen, and weighs significantly less.
The specs of the camera for the iPhone 4S and the 5 are the same; both are 8 megapixels and both use LED flash. The lens has been redesigned; a Sapphire lens to let in more light and therefore create superior quality images. A couple of additions like panorama mode and the ability to take pictures much faster than before are nice improvements for the iPhone 5, but there aren’t many other new settings or features. The strength of the 4S and the 5 is that they take great quality images for you to tinker with as you wish on a different device.
There are only a couple of new differences for the video camera on the 5. You now have the ability to take pictures while recording, and video stabilisation is a useful addition, especially if you are a budding film maker. At 720p, the forward facing camera has been improved greatly. Your Facetime calls will be much clearer, and you can take great quality pictures and videos of yourself. It’s also HD now, and much smoother when held up against the 4S forward facing camera.
The call quality is noticeably better on the iPhone 5 in comparison to the 4S. There is now a three microphone system installed in the phone which makes the sound much better and more audible. There are new noise cancellation features that make talking on the phone on a windy day a much better experience. You canm get a great deal on either handset on orange today.