Apple's iPhone is the pioneer when it comes to touchscreen smartphones. Conceived by Apple's award-winning Jonathan Ive, iPhones have become icons of international design in their own time. It's no accident that iPhones became the worldwide market leader in smartphones, and the iPhone 5's features are evidence of Apple's advanced technology and that its Californian design studios are hard at work to retain that position. Just about every review of the iPhone 5 comments on its "premium feel" and that's a quality that Apple says they aim to build into every iPhone 5 that they make.
This Apple iPhone 5 in the Philippines, featured here in classic black, is a multi-feature smartphone that features Apple's latest operating system that supports thousands of applications. Apple's iTunes is built-in, while the 64GB capacity allows ample storage of both music and images. There are two inbuilt cameras, one forward and one rear-facing, with a camera sensor that detects light conditions and uses a flash when needed. Weighing just 112g, it's designed to be operated one-handed when you're on the move. The iPhone 5 features a standby battery life of 225 hours and, for security, there's a fingerprint reader for identification. Apple's iMessage system is included in the iPhone's software. The LCD display uses the latest technology to provide a high resolution and is designed to be visible in every lighting condition, from darkness to the brightest sunlight.