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This provides a smoother look and feel, and it gives the phone more definition, but it is also iPhone 5 Reviews going to require the user to be much more gentle with the phone, and be careful when using it in certain situations. If it is for everyday use, there are no huge issues; but, if you work somewhere that you are on the go, you have to be very careful with it.There are always mixed review points, and these are some of the mixed iPhone 5 reviews. iPhone 5 Reviews Customers should consider all points before they purchase, in order to determine if it is an investment they are willing to make. Since there are some flaws, you have to truly consider this prior to buying.Well, all of those picking up the iPhone 5 will have the same reaction: this thing is amazingly light. You've probably heard the numbers by now It's an odd sensation, but it actually detracts from the experience when you first pick it up. We've praised the weighty feel of the iPhone in the past, lending it a premium feel in the face of toy-like phones, and it's almost disappointing that Apple decided to join that clan.However, through extended use this problem quickly disappears, as the overall effect iPhone 5 Reviews of the phone is still a chassis designed for strength, it just sits more anonymously in the pocket.You'll obviously see the change in height too – the iPhone 5 stands 123.8mm tall to allow for the larger 4-inch screen. In truth, those not familiar with the wouldn't notice the difference, which is why it's a good move from Apple to include the larger screen if it's not going put people off that hate larger phones.The decision to stick at 4-inches is Apple's admission that while it recognises people are all over the idea of having more screen real estate to play with it doesn't want to move away from the thumb-friendly nature of the device.Through a mixture of moving the centre of gravity slightly as well as repositioning the screen within the bezel, it's still possible to scroll your thumb mostly around the whole display one-handed, which Apple is clearly keen to keep hold of.However, we're not convinced of that argument any more, and the power button was still a little out of reach when using the phone normally, as was anything in the top left-hand corner of the screen.We've tested both the ceramic white version and the anodised black, and the two tone effect on the back of the phone is stunning, both visually and under the finger.The two sections of pigmented glass at the top and the bottom of the phone add a pleasant effect,and the sapphire glass is meant to be thoroughly durable, to complement the Gorilla Glass on the front.Apple knows consumers get furious when they drop and iPhone, and is clearly seeking to stop the smashes before they happen with a tougher exterior - although it seems the anodised black version is pretty prone to scratching, with a number of users mentioning chipping on the darker hue.Phil Schiller, iPhone 5 Reviews Apple's Senior Vice President of Marketing, reportedly replied to an email from a user pointing out that aluminium will scratch and chip in natural use - and we're also hearing that white iPhone 5 models are being returned through flaking as well.