Apple fans have welcomed the launch of the iPhone 5C and 5S in September 2013. According to the Guardian’s technology editor Charles Arthur, each of the the two iPhone 5 versions include different features intended for well-defined market segments.
To begin with, iPhone 5C is an economic phone which is offered in a range of facets and colours such as blue, lime green, strawberry pink, yellow and white. Interestingly, its silicon material makes it more solid and less susceptible to breakage. It is estimated that iPhone 5C will become a popular phone especially by specific audiences such as teens, students and employees who are at the more 'modest' end of the salary scale.
On the other hand, the iPhone 5S is available in three colours, namely gold, silver and space grey. What is remarkable about this phone is its finger print sensor feature which enables the user to unlock the phone with a single touch.
Besides, what distinguishes the iPhone 5S from its counterpart are the camera specialties such as the slow motion video feature which captures 120 frames per second. This specification allows users to choose which part of the video will be in slow motion and which part will be at normal speed. This characteristic is expected to boost image uploading on Instagram and other visual-related social networking sites (something that job seekers today may find particularly helpful!) With advanced image uploading features, job seekers can easily create high quality video CVs and post them to relevant social networks in a bid to attract the attention of top recruiters.
The question is: Do these features appeal to you? How do you intend to use these features to maximize your job performance and productivity? The new iPhones will definitely become a revolutionary trend in the marketplace. It is up to you to decide how you will take advantage of their technical characteristics to make a difference in your life.