iPhone 5: Presse-Embargo beendet, erste Tests und Reviews sind live [Presseschau]

Apple iPhone 5
Nach der Präsentation des iPhone 5 in diesem Jahr war niemand so richtig enttäuscht (anders als im vergangenen Jahr nach der Vorstellung des iPhone 4s), denn so gesehen hielt das neue Smartphone aus dem Hause Apple, was die Gerüchteküche versprochen hatte. Trotz allem wird gerne mal darüber spekuliert, ob ein neues iPhone auch wirklich all das leisten kann, was die Keynote uns glauben machen will. Seit Kurzem nun ist das Presseembargo beendet und natürlich hatten US-Medien bereits ausreichend Zeit, sich mit dem iPhone 5 zu beschäftigen. Schauen wir uns an, was es zum neuen iPhone zu sagen gibt:

Engadget meint:

Still, the iPhone 5 absolutely shines. Pick your benchmark and you’ll find Apple’s thin new weapon sitting at or near the top. Will it convince you to give up your Android or Windows Phone ways and join the iOS side? Maybe, maybe not. Will it wow you? Hold it in your hand — you might be surprised. For the iOS faithful this is a no-brainer upgrade. This is without a doubt the best iPhone yet. This is a hallmark of design. This is the one you’ve been waiting for.

AllthingsD kommt zu dem Ergebnis:

Apple has taken an already great product and made it better, overall. Consumers who prefer huge screens or certain marginal features have plenty of other choices, but the iPhone 5 is an excellent choice.

Techcrunch schlussfolgert:

If you have an Android phone and have been waiting for a big iPhone update to explore or re-explore the device, now is the time. And you Windows Phone 7 users who are getting screwed in the move to Windows Phone 8, you may want to look as well. And if you’re still a Blackberry user, well, good luck with that. I think you’re beyond my help.

Those worried about the talk of “disappointment” surrounding the iPhone 5, I suggest you simply go to an Apple Store starting on Friday and try it for yourself. My guess is you’ll immediately recognize just how ridiculous all that bluster actually is. The iPhone 5 is the culmination of Apple doing what Apple does best. This is the smartphone nearly perfected.

Das Fazit von Slashgear:

Competition between mobile platforms keeps the industry moving and innovating. That can often present itself as a surfeit of innovation: feature upon feature, piled high in an all-singing, all-dancing device. Right now, the iPhone 5 has the best balance of everyday usability and performance, without the distraction of functionality that is clever but unintuitive. It’s an area in which Apple excels, and it’s the reason the iPhone 5 is one of the best smartphones on the market today.

Apple scheint auch diesmal alles richtig gemacht zu haben.

via: iphoneblog

Frank Feil

Jahrgang 1986. Blogger & Journalist. Politologe & Anglist. Technik & Kaffee.

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