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And the front is more attractive too. The ratio of display area to non-display area (e.g., where the home button is) is greater for the 5 compared to the 4S. So, my first impression is that the iPhone 5 seems to be a successful physical design. But let me close with a cautionary note. The physical design of the last Apple product I bought, the third-generation iPad, was a disappointment. I agree with Raymond Soneira of DisplyMate Technologies that the resulting design was plan B for Apple. Though it has a wonderful Retina display, it's noticeably thicker and heavier than the iPad 2 because of display assembly compromises Apple had to make. A newer product -- particularly in Apple's case -- shouldn't be thicker and heavier than the older model.

Let's hope Apple continues on the thinner, lighter trajectory of the iPhone 5 with future products, including the expected upcoming iPad Mini, As it usually does, Apple made the right physical otterbox defender series iphone 6s / 6 case - black design decisions with the iPhone 5, The third-generation iPad was an exception to this rule, With the iPhone 5, Apple did what it does best: come up with a good industrial design, But that's not always the case, Until I got my hands on the iPhone 5 -- I picked one up on Friday -- I wasn't sure if Apple had nailed the design (hands-on videos and reviews go just so far)..

But bad news if you want to free your new phone from Apple's shackles: the jailbreak hasn't been made available to the public yet. This is the Internet we're talking about though, so we shouldn't have long to wait. This image was posted on Twitter by Grant Paul, a well-known jailbreaker. It shows the new iPhone running Cydia, an app that lets you install interface customisations. "I started working on it the day before the iPhone was released, and I had my iPhone 4S jailbroken on iOS 6 in a few hours," Paul told AllThingsD. "Then, once I got an iPhone 5 it was even easier. It took just about half an hour from first tuning it on [sic] to a jailbroken iPhone 5," he added.

iOS 6 was jailbroken earlier in the week, but only for older A4-based devices, Here's a walkthrough, if you're tempted to have a bash at it yourself, A word otterbox defender series iphone 6s / 6 case - black of warning though: jailbreaking will invalidate your warranty, so you do so at your own risk, It'll free your device from Apple's restrictions, so if you want to customise the appearance, or download unofficial apps from somewhere that's not the App Store, then it might be for you, If something goes wrong though, Apple isn't going to want to know about it..

The iPhone 5 has already sold as many units as the iPhone 4S managed in its first month. Though it seems some people weren't so keen on payingĀ for one. Apple released some adverts for the device, although they didn't focus on the new Apple Maps capability, surprisingly enough. Would you jailbreak your iPhone 5? Have you done so with any other device? How did it go? Let me know in the comments, or on our Facebook page. Apple's new iPhone has had its inner workings tinkered with, allowing for customisations galore.