iPhone 5

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After a semi-exciting upgrade of the iPhone 4 to the 4s and another year-long wait, the iPhone 5 has officially been announced by Apple. Upgrades from the 4s include a larger retina display widescreen that is 18% thinner and 20% lighter, a new aluminum backing, the new A6 processor chip that is not only two times faster than the A5, but 22% smaller, 4G LTE capabilities for increased internet speed, and a smaller lightning connector charger. The camera remains 8-megapixels, but now 22% smaller, features dynamic low-light mode and Facetime in HD. The iPhone 5 goes on sale September 21st.
iPhone 5 $200-$400

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