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The Apple iPhone 5 is reviewed hands on with KTTS News Reporter Chase Snider. Video by ktts.comvideo
A side view of the new iPhone 5 box Image by Chase Snider/KTTS News
A side by side comparison of the iPhone 5 (right) with the iPhone 4S
A side by side comparison of the new iPhone 5 (right) with the older iPhone 4S from Apple.
A new feature in iOS6 allows you to store things like a boarding pass for a flight or a customer loyalty card in a special app called Passbook.
A look at the front and back of Apple's new iPhone 5, shown in white.
The new iPhone 5 with Apple's redesigned EarPods.
The new iPhone 5 also moved the headphone jack to the bottom of the phone.
Some of the features available in Apple's new PassBook app for iOS6
The iPhone 5 has a slightly taller screen but is not any wider.
The new iPhone 5 from Apple available on Sprint, ATT, and Verizon runs off the fatest data network, 4G LTE. This can be up to ten times faster than current speeds.
A look at Apple's new iPhone 5
In a bold move Apple got rid of its traditional 30-pin connector that was used in chargers, iPod docks, and more. The new port is ten times smaller, reversible, but will take an adapter to be used with older accessories.
A close-up of Apple's new EarPods
Apple says the new EarPods took three years to design. They come included with every new iPhone 5.
Apple ditched the glass back on the iPhone 5, but some worry the new backs will scratch easily.
A close-up of the new Lightening connector that will power and sync iPhone 5
A side view of the new iPhone 5 box
The new iPhone 5 has a 4 inch screen which allows for an extra row of apps.
A look at the new box for the iPhone 5
iPhone 5 features slick black on black or white on white color schemes.
Apple replaced the typical white free headphones with a custom new design called EarPods
Apple's iPhone 5 can now take Panoramic photos
The top view of the new iPhone 5
Apple released their new iPhone 5, starting at $199 with a two-year contract.
A look at some of the packaging inside the new iPhone 5 including the redesigned EarPods
Apple's clever voice assistant, Siri, gets an upgrade in iOS 6 that allows it to do new things like find good movies playing nearby.
Apple got rid of Google Maps in the latest iOS 6 in favor of their own mapping app.
Apple's new iPhone 5 has finally arrived and sold out just about everywhere. The latest toy from the technology giant packs a larger four inch screen, faster processor, 4G LTE data speeds, and a big battery.
It also runs the freshly released iOS 6 that updates the Siri voice assistant and provides a new mapping service along with 200 other changes.
It is avaliable for Sprint, Verizon, and ATT. The phone starts at $199 with a two-year agreement.
For the full review and breakdown of what it all means, watch KTTS Reporter Chase Snider's hands-on review.
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