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Which iPhone is the best for you?

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In  September of  2013, the folks at Apple Inc. surprised everyone by releasing not one, but TWO new iPhones in the same year. It was a very unconventional move by Apple. The new iPhone 5s was launched along with the iPhone 5c. It was the previous years’ iPhone 5, clad in a polycarbonate outfit. The bright colours attracted significant youth attention. The next year, Apple followed a similar launch scheme by introducing the larger iPhone 6 along with the more larger (with emphasis) iPhone 6 plus.  All of these 4 masterpieces appeal to different sets of people. Let’s see which phone suits whom.

Key Specs:

iPhone 5C

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Display 4.0 inch LED backlit IPS LCD; 640×1136 pixels; 326 ppi (Protected by Corning Gorilla Glass)
Chipset ARM Cortex A7 Dual core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz; PowerVR SGX 543MP3 triple core graphics
Memory 16/32/64 GB variants; 1 GB DDR3 RAM
Camera 8 MP primary with LED flash1.2 MP secondary with 720p video recording
Battery Non removable Li-Po 1510 mAh
Cost USD 450; INR 24,000

 

iPhone 5S

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Display 4.0 inch LED backlit IPS LCD; 640×1136 pixels; 326 ppi (Protected by Corning Gorilla Glass)
Chipset ARM Cortex A8 Dual core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz; PowerVR G6430 quad core graphics
Memory 16/32/64 GB variants; 1 GB DDR3 RAM
Camera 8 MP primary with dual LED flash1.2 MP secondary with 720p video recording
Battery Non removable Li-Po 1560 mAh
Cost USD 592; INR 36,200

 

iPhone 6

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Display 4.7 inch LED backlit IPS LCD; 750×1334 pixels; 326 ppi (Protected by Corning Gorilla Glass)
Chipset ARM Cortex A8 Dual core processor clocked at 1.4 GHz; PowerVR G6450 quad core graphics
Memory 16/64/128 GB variants; 1 GB DDR3 RAM
Camera 8 MP primary with dual LED flash1.2 MP secondary with 720p video recording
Battery Non removable Li-Po 1810 mAh
Cost USD 649; INR 48,000

 

iPhone 6 Plus

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Display 5.5 inch LED backlit IPS LCD; 1080×1920 pixels; 401 ppi (Shatterproof Glass)
Chipset ARM Cortex A8 Dual core processor clocked at 1.4 GHz; PowerVR G6450 quad core graphics
Memory 16/64/128 GB variants; 1 GB DDR3 RAM
Camera 8 MP primary with dual LED flash1.2 MP secondary with 720p video recording
Battery Non removable Li-Po 2915 mAh
Cost USD 779; INR 54,500

 

 

Keeping all this in mind, here is what we think about the awesome handhelds from Apple Inc.

The iPhone 5S, in its gold, grey, black colour schemes and metallic body will surely appeal to the businessmen and the high class. The iPhone 5C on the other hand, appeals to the youngsters with its relatively cheaper cost and its colourful polycarbonate shell. The iPhone 6 was designed to compete with other smartphones having bigger screens. The iPhone 6 Plus though was designed to be closer to a phablet with its 5.5 inch screen. This varying degree of dimensions and form factors of these iPhones differentiates iPhone fans.

We understand that none of these may fit your budget. For that, there’s always the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5!

iPhone 5 (64 GB) – Black Rs. 24500. Buy Now
iPhone 5 (64 GB) – White Rs. 24500. Buy Now
iPhone 4S (32 GB) – Black Rs. 16000. Buy Now
iPhone 4S (8 GB) – White Rs. 16000. Buy Now

 

If you are a person who likes to keep on edge with technology and love to use a large phone, the iPhone 6 Plus should be your choice. If you are someone who likes new tech but wants a smaller screen, the 6 is made for you. People who like to use phones with bright and attractive colours and the Apple branding on the back, go for the 5C and those who like to use high quality tech but don’t want to spend a lot (6 or 6 Plus range) you should go for the iPhone 5.

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