Those major media outlets, technology sites, and journalists who had early review units of the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s have now posted their reviews. Here are the links and a snippet of their takes.
Jim Dalrymple of The Loop says the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c will both do well in their respective markets.
Stuart Miles of Pocket-lint gives the iPhone 5c four out of five stars and says:
About the iPhone 5s, Miles says:
Myriam Joire reviewed the iPhone 5c for Engadget. She said:
And for the iPhone 5S, Joire said:
Slashgear's Vincent Nguyen looked at the iPhone 5s and said:
Darrell Etherington reviewed the iPhone 5c for TechCrunch and said:
Etherington also looked at the iPhone 5s and said:
David Phelan of The Independent looked at both and said:
Anand Lal Shimpi of Anandtech looked at the iPhone 5s and said:
Looking at the iPhone 5c, Anand was decidedly more circumspect:
Scott Stein looked at both iPhones for CNet. About the iPhone 5c, Stein said:
The iPhone 5s didn't get Stein that excited, either:
Matt Warman of The Telegraph got his hands on an iPhone 5s, and said:
Elder tech statesman Walt Mossberg shares his review on the Wall Street Journal:
David Pogue takes a look at both phones for the New York Times:
Edward C. Baig reviews both new phones for USA Today. About the 5c, Baig said:
and about the iPhone 5s, Baig said:
So there you have them! Go forth and read whichever interest you, then hurry back and give us your early assessment -- your review of the reviews.
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