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Apple iPhone 5s Unlocked Smartphone, 16GB, Gold
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Size: 16GB | Colour Name: Gold
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Apple iPhone Model 5s Network Unlocked Storage Capacity 16GB Colour Gold Network Technology GSM / EDGE / UMTS / HSPA+ / DC-HSDPA / LTE, GSM / WCDMA (UMTS) Band GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900; UMTS/HSPA+/DC-HSDPA 850/900/1900/2100; LTE 1/2/3/5/7/8/20 Style Smartphone Operating System iOS Camera Resolution 8.0MP Battery Type Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery Battery Capacity 1560 mAh Battery Talk Time Up to 600 min Battery Standby Time Up to 250 hr Display Display Technology Retina Screen Size 4"
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I was shocked at the state of this phone when I got it. It did not work. The right and left hand of the keyboard failed to respond when I touched the keys. I had to keep pressing and pressing links to try and get them to respond, sometimes they worked, often they didn't. I was left with emails I couldn't send because the send key did not respond. I was quite alarmed that I had bought a dud phone for £199. I went into the Apple store with it. This is a copy of their report@
Thank you for visiting the Apple Store. Below is a copy of your service record.
Apple Store Covent Garden
020 7447 1400
Genius Bar Work Authorisation
Repair No: R180396771
Ben Turner Warranty Status: Out of Warranty(OW)
Ripley Der DE5 3SS GBR Model: IPHONE 5S
Date of Purchase: 02-Oct-13
Serial No: C39L8NGZFFG8
Customer having issues with iPhone 5s from Amazon.
After inspection of the phone the display looks faulty, with some missing backlights, customer to return handset
Resolution: Service Referral
The Apple store said one way of knowing that the phone has been 'refurbished' with second rate parts is the very faint pink rectangle in the middle of the screen. It means that the screen is not up to Apple standard.
I am an Apple fan and have been for a very long time. However, I can't bring myself to pay the enormous prices of new kit. Hence, when looking at a phone to replace my aging Samsung, I saw the second hand ones. 3 months warranty and this particular one advertised as "used, very good" at a price I can bear to pay was enough to suck me in. The phone arrived quickly and was, indeed, in very good condition. Once in a case, you could not tell that it was second hand. I was a little concerned initially when I saw that the carrier shown in the settings was not my own carrier. The phone as advertised as unlocked to any network, so I did not expect to see any carrier showing. This caused me quite a bit of anxiety until I fitted my SIM and booted up the phone, at which point it recognised the SIM and attached to the network. I guess it just shows the last carrier that was used. I fully charged the phone and so far it is down to about 60% after 3 days. I don't use mobile data and I am quite "light" on usage, so this won't reflect what most people will get out of the battery. However, it tells me that the battery appears to be in good condition (which is always a bit of a worry since it is not easily replaceable).
Other than the above, all I really can say is "wow, I love it!". The gold colour also adds some elegance to the phone I think.
The presentation of the phone, with its exquisite Zen-like packaging, builds the anticipation, until finally the waiting's over and there it is: looking and feeling like a bar of gold or precious metal, its solidity and weight are somehow reassuring. The harmony in the architectonics is a triumph of aesthetics, and that's without even switching it on. But before you do that, you'll be required to fit your nano sim card. Using the pin supplied, this requires the dexterity and sensitivity of a concert pianist matched with the optical facility of an eagle, but once done you're ready to fire it up.
If you already have other Apple devices you'll find your phone exchanging data straightaway, with your contacts, photos etc being ported over the airwaves. There's relatively little to do in the way of set-up as most of it appears to happen automatically. You can then personalise the phone even further, first with the famous finger-print. This involves (as does so much from now on) in going into Settings. Choose Touch ID and after rolling your digit around on the Home button, the sensor registers your details, and from then on opening up the screen is quick and easy, plus you can use it in the ITunes store.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I never was an Apple fan didn’t like “limited” abilities , but I just love my iPhone 5s ( even knowing that there is iPhone 6 on the market but I still in love with iPhone 5s... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Redita
Phone stopped working after 2 months! Wouldn't come on after charging over and over again.Published 7 days ago by Bankole O.
I have converted back to the iPhone after having a bad experience with Sony.
I find the phone very fast, not forever waiting for things to load
The thumb print entry to... Read more
very good service - hope the product will last - but dont have doubts - it functions well like a NEW product by Apple. shipping efficient.Published 8 days ago by Monique Har-el