New iPhone 5s features OLED screen, new camera

article Smartphones have a reputation for being slow to get updated.

But one big advantage of smartphones, and the reason many of us still use them, is that they have a relatively short lifespan.

The Apple iPhone 5S comes with a 3-year warranty and can be bought for $399.

The iPhone 5, meanwhile, costs $999.

Both are excellent value.

But how long can they be kept running?

While it’s technically possible to have the same phone running on two different servers, it’s extremely unlikely, according to the company that builds and runs them.

“It’s really hard to do,” said Mike Henn, CEO of the security firm Secureworks.

“If you’re running on a single server, it will take a while for the data to come back and you can’t do any upgrades.

And if you’re not on a multi-server setup, it may take a long time to come to that point.”

“The biggest challenge to a large system running a lot of machines is the redundancy, the possibility of losing a device.”

For the new iPhone 5 and 5s, Apple has replaced the phone’s camera with a more powerful, cheaper sensor called an LED-backlit camera (LEDB), which is capable of shooting 4K video.

But it has to be switched off in order to use it.

And while the new phone does not support Apple’s new Face ID, a feature that will allow people to identify themselves by their face, it does allow a third party to do that.

That third party can add facial recognition to a device’s OS, allowing it to authenticate users who have not signed in before.

But the company also added another layer of security to the new hardware.

Face ID is enabled by default in the new phones, but the company is still working on ways to prevent people from creating fake identities.

Henn also said that Apple does not plan to add third-party software that would allow third-parties to store and analyze user data.

“We think of these things as software,” he said.

“The big challenge is the fact that we have no idea what third parties are going to do with this data.”

Apple has made significant efforts to make its devices more secure over the past two years.

The company has made several improvements to the security of its hardware, like making it harder for hackers to gain access to iPhones.

But Henn said it’s still not easy to detect when a device has been compromised.

“You can have a bunch of things going on at once,” he told Ars.

“But you still have to take the time to understand the whole picture.

It’s not as easy as you might think.”

Ars Technica has contacted Apple for comment.

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