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* Display: 4.0 inches Screen * Display Type:LED-backlit IPS capacitive touchscreen * Camera: 8 Megapixels, autofocus, LED flash (True Tone) flash * Processor: A7 chip w... more on JumiaBuy it from Jumia
* Display: 4.0 inches Screen * Display Type:LED-backlit IPS capacitive touchscreen * Camera: 8 Megapixels, autofocus, LED flash (True Tone) flash * Processor: A7 chip w... more on Jumia
|Size (L x W x H cm):||12.38 x 5.86 x 0.76|
|Screen Technology:||LED-backlit Multi-Touch display with IPS technology|
|Memory Size (GB):||32|
|Display Size (in):||4.0|
|Product warranty:||Apple One (1) Year Limited Warranty|
|Sim Card Type:||Nano SIM|
This update to the iPhone 5s comes equipped with a faster Apple A7 processor, an improved 8-megapixel camera, while also adding a Touch ID fingerprint sensor into the home button. Other features of the iPhone 5s include a 4-inch Retina display, AirPlay media streaming, Siri voice assistant, front facing camera, and 4G LTE high-speed data. This model comes with 32GB of internal storage and supports WiFi connectivity, so you can browse the Web, stream videos, shop online, and chat with friends from wherever you are. The iPhone 5s offers a slim and stylish design that is both lightweight and easy to carry.
iPhone 5 set a precedent, with an amazing amount of technology in a remarkably thin, light design. iPhone 5s builds on that achievement with Touch ID — a ﬁngerprint identity sensor. An A7 chip with 64-bit architecture. An even more impressive iSight camera. And ultrafast LTE wireless.
Noticeably faster performance and graphics that feel more true to life. That’s the perennial goal when creating a new mobile chip. But performance shouldn’t come at the expense of efficiency. Poor battery life for the sake of speed is never an option with iPhone. Which is why we engineered an all-new chip and an all-new coprocessor for iPhone 5s: A7 and M7.
The A7 chip is designed around 64-bit architecture — a first for any smartphone. The move to 64-bit has been years in the making. But we did it because we wanted to put desktop-class processing power in the palm of people’s hands. Just imagining what people will do with that made the decision to invest in it an easy one. The A7 chip gives iPhone 5s the power it needs for all the capabilities it now possesses. It’s up to 2x faster than the previous generation in both CPU and graphics performance. It has an all-new image signal processor. And it supports OpenGL ES 3.0, enabling visual effects previously possible only on computers and gaming consoles. Yet with all these performance enhancements, A7 is still energy efficient.
The new M7 coprocessor is designed to make iPhone 5s even more efficient. It offloads work from the A7 chip by collecting motion data from the accelerometer, gyroscope, and compass. Apps can then use this data without constantly engaging the A7 chip. Because M7 is engineered for this specific task, it uses significantly less power than A7 would require. So again, battery life is spared.
You recognize just how indispensable a smartphone camera is when it achieves certain things. It shoots consistently great photos all the time, anytime. It’s full featured without being complicated. And it’s packaged in a device that’s slim and light enough to always be with you. The iSight camera does all those things remarkably well. So well, in fact, it’s become the world’s most popular camera. But while people love using it, we weren’t satisfied. And as we considered enhancing it, we knew we could go one of two ways: Simply add more megapixels for the sake of marketing a bigger number. Or keep the megapixel count at 8 but add a larger, state-of-the-art sensor.
A larger sensor allows the individual pixels to get larger. And larger pixels, not more pixels, mean a better picture. So iPhone 5s has an all-new 8MP sensor. One that’s 15 percent larger than before, with pixels measuring 1.5 microns. We also increased the aperture to ƒ/2.2. All that adds up to 33 percent greater light sensitivity. That’s significant, because more light gives you better, brighter images with even more accurate colors. And the new True Tone flash intelligently figures out exactly how much light your shot needs. Why did we add all these features to an already amazing camera? Because it’s much more efficient to teach iPhone to take great photos than it is to teach millions of people to be expert photographers.
Built-in Apps: Ready whenever you are. To do whatever you want.
From staying in touch with friends to staying on top of your to-do list. From capturing moments to planning your week. iPhone has an app for whatever’s on the agenda.
Clock: Check the current time in cities around the globe with the world clock. Set the alarm for five minutes before kickoff on Sunday. Time your morning run with the stopwatch. Even use the timer to ensure perfectly cooked burgers.
Compass: The Compass app is all you need to get your bearings. Just hold your phone flat in your hand to see the four cardinal directions and the degrees of each. Or swipe to the left for a level or inclinometer.
Siri is the intelligent assistant that helps you get things done, just by asking. Talk to Siri as you would to a person: Ask “Do I need an umbrella?” or “Did the Giants win last night?” or “What time is the barbecue on Sunday?” Siri not only understands what you say, it knows what you mean. It figures out the right apps to use to find the right answer. Then, just like a personal assistant, Siri provides you with the information you need.
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