Egyptian stores got their first live gander at Apple’s iPhone 5 in December 2012, amid much oohs and ahhs over the smartphone’s longer screen, thinner body, and improved graphics for photography and video. The chief complaint at the time was that it had the same old OS, making it not much different from the i4S.
Problem solved: iOS 7 was unveiled in June, and by September the iPhone 5C and 5S took the stage. The 5C basically reprised the 5 with the new OS and a vibrant new color schemes. The real bells and whistles were saved for the 5S, which has up to 64GB of space and the new A7 64-bit CPU, an almost desktop-class processor that accommodates more RAM and can handle more processor-intensive applications. The most notable change is the controversial Touch ID sensor that allows you to unlock and purchase things from iPhone using your thumbprint.