An iPhone is still seen by most people as the pinnacle in smartphone sophistication. It is the most desired smartphone around the world, despite it now looking puny when compared to its competitors in the Android camp – the HTC One, the Samsung Galaxy S4 or the Sony Xperia Z.
But Apple is not in any rush to supersize its iPhone keeping the same design and shape of last year's iPhone 5 for the brand new iPhone 5s.
Instead Apple has evolved the inside of its phone adding unique features like a fingerprint sensor, desktop computing power with a 64-bit processor and an updated camera for better low light shooting.
But is this enough to keep it on top of the smartphone pile?
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