It's the biggest thing to happen to iPhone since iPhone.
iPhone 5 is the thinnest, lightest iPhone ever. It features a more vibrant, 4-inch display and a beautiful aluminium enclosure. Even the EarPods have been completely re-imagined.
See more of everything - your inbox, every web page, an extra row of apps - on the larger display. With 326 pixels per inch, it all looks amazing.
iPhone 5 connects to more networks all over the world.1 So you can browse, download and stream content at remarkable speeds, wherever you happen to be.
The power-efficient A6 chip delivers up to twice the CPU performance and renders graphics up to twice as fast- with even better battery life.
Advanced optics, a custom lens and an 8-megapixel sensor capture high-quality photos, even in panorama. And you can record 1080p HD video with improved stabilisation.
The world's most advanced mobile operating system now has all-new Maps, expanded Siri support, Facebook integration, Passbook and more.
iPhone is so simple and intuitive, you don't need a manual. You can pick one up and start using it straightaway.
Both the hardware and the software are engineered by Apple. So everything works together perfectly.
iPhone consistently introduces the most innovative features, like Multi-Touch, the Retina display, FaceTime and Siri.
With the world's largest collection of mobile apps on the App Store, there's almost no limit to what iPhone can do.
iPhone is designed to maximise battery life. Unlike other phones, you don't have to limit your use just to conserve power.
It's easy to access your music and videos on your iPhone. Other phones simply don't work with iTunes.
iPhone 4S has an 8-megapixel iSight camera with panorama, the A5 chip, iOS 6 and iCloud. And it comes with Siri â the intelligent assistant that lets you use your voice to get things done.
iPhone 4 features the high-resolution Retina display, 5-megapixel iSight camera, FaceTime video calling and long battery life. And with iOS 6 and iCloud, it does more than ever.
1 Compared with iPhone 4S. 2 Some features may not be available in all countries or all areas. See www.apple.com/uk/ios/feature-availability for more information. ™ and © 2012 Apple Inc. All rights reserved.