The iPhone 5s is Apple’s 7th generation iPhone. The 5s was introduced by Phil Schiller at the iPhone event on September 10, 2013, and released on September 20 alongside iOS 7. Physically the iPhone 5s looked identical to the previous year’s iPhone 5, including the 4-inch 1136×640 in-cell display. But that’s been true for every s-branded phone Apple has released to date. With this phone, however, there’s one notable exception. The iPhone 5s not only comes in dark and light colors, space gray and silver respectively, but it comes in gold. Also, like every s-branded phone, Apple has released to date, beneath a similar-looking shell beats the heart of a much-improved beast.
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The iPhone 5s is powered by the 64-bit Apple A7 system-on-a-chip (SoC). It’s the first 64-bit SoC on the market and that Apple got there before companies that fabricate their own chips is a testament to Apple’s drive. The A7 includes a 1.3GHz dual-core custom Cyclone processor based on the ARM v8 instruction set, and an OpenGL ES 3.0-equipped PowerVR G6430 graphics processor. That means the iPhone 5s is not only one of the most advanced mobile devices on the planet but that it can run more complex apps and games faster and better than ever before.