Apple posts iPhone 5s videos, explains design process and new features

As with the iPhone 5c videos Apple posted, they've now also have similar videos up for the freshly announced iPhone 5s.

There's two videos in place, that help explain some of the design process behind the device along with Jony Ive and others discussing some of the new technology in the iPhone 5s such as TouchID and the A7 chip.

If you've not already ran through all the possible information, you can check out the source link below to view both videos check them out via the YouTube embeds.

Source: Apple

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If you want a gimmick use the s4 tried one out . The screen was too big some of us have lives can't carry around . 4.7 like the s3 is big enough and very glitchy Samsung is only winning because they make a lot if cheap phone the s4 numbers are low still selling more s3 so I guess you don't know everything

Camera Aperture Size = 2.2 (i5) | 2.3 (Z1)
Battery = 1400 mAh Li-Po (i5) | 3000 mAh (z1)
Screen Size w/ Pixel Density = 640x1136 4" screen 326 ppi (i5) | 1080x1920 Full HD 5.0" 441 ppi (Z1)
Camera Sensor = 8MP (i5) | 20MP with hardware processed optical zoom (Z1)
What is iPhone 5S? As in iPhone 5 Same?

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I tried Samsung and use to rtecommend it but when the crashes kept coming like a drunk on the freeway I decided to move to Apple and have not looked back. I would like a larger screen but not much larger, yet the light factor of the iPhone is a huge plus. I don't need to feel that my phone is with me when I do not need it or use it or bouncing around when I run. The reliability of the iPhone is like a Honda Accord compared to a 2000 Ford Focus when using Samsung.

I'll never understand this "crashes" debate. I use the HTC One and I've used the Galaxy S3 and I experienced no more crashes than I experienced random apps closing on the iPhone. Neither of those were experienced frequently on either device. And the only people I hear this crashes debate from are iPhone users...

Camera Aperture Size = 2.2 (i5) | 2.3 (Z1)
Battery = 1400 mAh Li-Po (i5) | 3000 mAh (z1)
Screen Size w/ Pixel Density = 640x1136 4" screen 326 ppi (i5) | 1080x1920 Full HD 5.0" 441 ppi (Z1)
Camera Sensor = 8MP (i5) | 20MP with hardware processed optical zoom (Z1)
What is iPhone 5S? As in iPhone 5 Same?

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