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Bosso ke motu onale iPhone 5





Every time Apple releases something entsha, abantu sengathi bangaphambana. This time it’s no different, South Africans have been waiting for this “new kid on the block” to reach our shelves. You wait no further because it is finally here. No need to put fake apple signs and symbols on our phones because the real makoya is here.

The iPhone 5 is lighter, thinner, and longer. It looks similar to the iPhone 4S, and that might lead you to think you'll be disappointed. But because Apple has re-engineered the phone up-close you can just see the difference. You also get a bigger screen in a diver that is small, meaning you can manoeuvre around better especially if you have big fingers like me.



It is 123.8mm long and the width remains the same at 58.6mm. The iPhone 5 is 18 per cent thinner, 20 per cent lighter and 12 per cent smaller volumetrically compared to the iPhone 4.

The headphone socket has been moved to the bottom of the device. Your phone usually goes in your pocket nose first, which means the headphone cable now has a clear way out to your ears.

Gadget experts suspect that the phone will not be popular on its white model like it was with the iPhone 4. This is because its metal edges are silver. So consider this when choosing your colour.

The speaker sound quality is good and can fill the whole room if you do not want to use earphones. You can create your playlist and have a good radio for the whole house with your favourite music track after track.

The camera has been enhanced and there is better sharing of photos, streams, picture quality and more.

So go ahead folks and be the Bosso with the new iPhone 5.




By Ancillar Mangena

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