Apple iPhone 13 Pro

iPhone has always been forward thinking. And that’s exactly what iPhone 5s is now. 64-bit mobile architecture is pioneering. A fingerprint identity sensor is innovative. A dual LED flash on a smartphone is ahead of its time. These features are all at the service of people. Not the other way around. And they’re evidence that considered innovation can prevail over rampant technology. That’s progress. And that’s a beautiful thing.
Apple iPhone 13 Pro


Forward Thinking.

iPhone 5s is purposefully imagined. Meticulously considered. Precision crafted. It’s not just a product of what’s technologically possible. But what’s technologically useful. It’s not just what’s next. But what should be next

The most advanced technology all leads up to this.

iPhone 5 set a precedent, with an amazing amount of technology in a remarkably thin, light design. iPhone 5s builds on that achievement with Touch ID — a fingerprint identity sensor. An A7 chip with 64-bit architecture. An even more impressive iSight camera. And ultrafast LTE wireless.

iOS 7. Designed to complement iPhone 5s beautifully.

iPhone 5s is the first 64‑bit smartphone in the world. And iOS 7 was designed with that in mind, built specifically for 64‑bit architecture. Which makes iOS 7 just as advanced as the iPhone it’s on.

A beautifully crafted phone deserves a beautifully crafted case.

The iPhone 5s Case is precisely designed to fit iPhone perfectly. Made from premium leather, it looks elegant and feels luxurious. And inside, a soft, color-matched microfiber lining helps protect your iPhone 5s.


Phone type
OS platform
Body type
Number of SIM cards
SIM card type
Screen diagonal
4 in
Sensory screen
Built-in memory capacity
Memory card slot
3G UMTS support
GPS module
Apple A7
Battery capacity
58.6 × 123.8 × 7.6 mm
112 g
  • Apple iPhone 13 Pro
  • Apple iPhone 13 Pro
  • Apple iPhone 13 Pro
  • Apple iPhone 13 Pro
  • Apple iPhone 13 Pro
  • Apple iPhone 13 Pro
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Customer reviews and ratings
  • Breakdown

    I had upgraded from the iPhone 5 so I was familiar with the design and features but customers who are upgrading from older generation devices will be rather surprised with its results. The gold color is a nice touch since its new, but once a case covers it the color is unnoticeable. If you decide to use the device naked, the gold color differentiates the 5s from the 5 greatly.

    Apple's Touch ID, the fingerprint sensor, is a cool feature but to me it does not appeal. As of now its use is limited to unlocking the device, signing into your apple account to make purchases, and store five prints, but the potential is great. Developers could soon utilize this feature and incorporate it into their apps or games to make them more exciting.

    The 120 fps feature on the 5s's camera is a great way to show off action shots in slow motion to friends and family. The camera quality is OK but needs to be upgraded from the iPhone 5. The upgraded duel flash is a great improvement from previous generation iPhones, particularly in dark conditions. In addition, Apple's new A7 chip allows for faster responses on iOS 7. Apps that require more power such as iMovie can run faster on the 5s compared to the 5, which takes longer to export data.

    Apple says the iPhone 5s is five times as fast as the iPhone 5, but my speed and responsiveness tests confirm it is actually twice as fast. The 64-bit architecture allows faster apps to run on the 5s, but compatible apps on the App Store are limited since its "new" technology.

    In all, if you are available for an upgrade, the iPhone 5s is worth it from an older generation device such as an iPhone 4 or 4s. If the 5s's new features appeal to you, upgrading to the 5s is not a bad choice either, especially with the new technology. Additional warranties are offered from Apple to protect the device, but a simple case can prevent uncertain accidents from happening for years to come.
    October 31, 2013 14:53
  • Fastest!!!!

    this phone is the best and fastest according to speed tests. It has changed my life my making things easier. That may sound over the top, but it is my first iPhone. After comparing it to the iPhone 5 I would say it is better. I don't have an iPhone 5C but as I understand the hardware is similar to my wives iPhone 5. Honestly I am sure you would be happy with an iPhone 5C if you are trying to decide. You would be missing the touch id and better camera. You gain colors and a more comfortable feel (without case). I chose the 5S because I use my phone all day for work. I need the best tools for my job.
    October 31, 2013 14:48
  • Not big, not fat but beautiful

    The screen on the iPhone is not as large as some of the Android giants. Android seems believe that a bigger screen is better. For me this doesn't make sense. I carry my phone in my pocket which you can do with the iPhone 5S because it is skinny enough to fit. I also like that I can reach all the screen with one hand. The screen is much larger than my old Blackberry. The retina display is beautiful. The colors and crispness are very pleasing to look at. It seem similar to my wives iPhone 5. Does clarity make a difference - yes it prevents eye strain. I have had no trouble with the moving elements on the display. I have no idea why people are complaining about that, but maybe they have some vision troubles or motion sickness issues. You can turn off the moving screen and I would expect future IOS 7 updates to allow users to disable all features people are complaining about.
    October 31, 2013 14:46