ATLANTA, GA, October 08, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- The Atlanta iPhone repair
business, LifeLine Repairs, discusses the new iPhones that have recently hit the shelves. The 5s and 5c are upgraded models from the original iPhone 5 that was launched just a couple months ago, but how different are these phones. Are there any marked difference from the original, and more importantly will users be able to notice them?
The 5s is Money Well Spent
Thus, the question remains, is it worth your money to upgrade? Well, the answer depends on the features that matter most to you. For avid camera users, the 5s has a couple things the 5c does not, such as Dual Flash, Slo-mo video and Burst mode. The phone's processor is a step ahead as well. The 64-bit A7 offers better performance than the A6 found in the 5C. Lastly, the outer casing of the 5s is made of aluminum in contrast to the plastic shell sported by the 5c. Both phones look stylish, but the 5s wins the quality race.
According to Matt McGee, Founder of LifeLine Repairs, "If you are going to buy a new iPhone, it would be a good idea to go with the 5s. The 5c really doesn't have any advantages over the 5 and is thus not a good middle-ground option."
Are you in need of cell phone repair in Atlanta
? Lifeline offers a number of top-notch, affordable services to their customers. Feel free to visit http://lifelinerepairs.com/
to learn more.About LifeLine Repairs:
In today's society's fast-paced environment, LifeLine understands that mobile devices are essential for a complete life. Their business is centered on keeping you connected with your world by offering high-quality cell phone repair in Atlanta, as well as parts and services. Their team acknowledges that your mobile devices are your lifeline.
For more information, visit http://lifelinerepairs.com/