- Page 1iPhone 5S
- Page 2 Touch ID and Screen
- Page 3 iPhone 5S: iOS 7 and Apps
- Page 4 Performance and battery life
- Page 5 Camera and Picture Quality
- Page 6 Call Quality and Verdict
- Page 7 Benchmarks
iPhone 5S – Performance
But it’s really a move for the future that means that developers can get busy supporting 64-bit now when it’s less critical so that its true potential can be unlocked on future iPhones and iPads. If you want to find out more about the iPhone 5S processor and 64-bit computing then read our guide: What is 64-bit? The Apple A7 chip explained.
The M7 processor
This particular feature only works when the phone is immobile, but it’s not the only benefit of the M7. For example, It allows to the iPhone 5S to know when you switch from a car or walking, switching the directions to suit, but it could also open a whole new set of possibilities for third-party accessories to use its specialist processing. The likes of the Nike Fuelband, Fitbit Flex and similar gadgets seem the most likely benefactors, but we’ll have to wait and see how they use it.