Review: With the iPhone 5S, Apple lays groundwork for a brighter future

The fingerprint sensor is one of the iPhone 5S’ chief claims to fame. Andrew Cunningham Every year since 2008, Apple has released new flagship iPhones in a predictable cadence: on even years we get a new external design; on odd years we get a refinement of the previous year’s design with upgraded insides and new hardware features. Apple continues to issue updates in this comfortable, almost leisurely stride even as the Android vendors are releasing new high-end, tentpole products every six months or so. This year is no exception. Apple’s iPhone 5S is a tweaked version of the iPhone 5 that retains the same screen and physical dimensions of its predecessor. It swaps out the A6 chip for the faster A7 and adds some features that its predecessors aren’t privy to. But the 5S also arrives alongside the iPhone 5C and iOS 7, and taken together the three new products are the biggest overhaul the iPhone line has gotten in years. Our review will take a dive into the most important new features of the 5S, comparing them not just to the iPhone 5 (and thus, the 5C) but also to the iPhone

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