Zach Epstein with a peculiar perspective on what constitutes a must-have upgrade.
I reviewed the iPhone 5s after spending a month with the device and long story short, it’s the best phone Apple has even made. At the same time, however, I called it the least substantial upgrade in iPhone history compared to the previous year’s model, and I said the for the first time since Apple’s original iPhone launched in 2007, I found myself wishing for next year’s iPhone almost immediately.
‘Least substantial upgrade in iPhone history?‘ 64-bit CPU. Faster graphics. Touch ID. Super camera. Uh, OK. I’m always wishing for the latest and greatest to come, even after trying out the latest and greatest.