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Technical data iPhone 5s and iPhone 5

Competitive smartphones, such as the Motorola RAZR HD, offer at least one microHDMI output, which can be used with a suitable cable without detours. Such cables are already available for little money, but Apple users have to invest around 50 euros for the adapter.

7. Standard USB port

It is more than unlikely that Apple will do without its own proprietary “Lightning Connector” docking port in favor of a standard USB port. Nevertheless, it would be desirable because it would make it much easier for the user to connect peripheral devices.

8. Replaceable battery

Sure, Apple has once again extended the battery life of the iPhone 5s. But why doesn’t Apple manage to install a user-replaceable battery? Other smartphone manufacturers can do this without any problems.

Conclusion: still a lot of room for improvement

Phil Schiller called the iPhone 5s the “gold standard” for smartphones. But it is not enough to be best in class. In terms of processor, Apple has raised the bar for everyone else with the A7 with 64-bit architecture, but it could slowly offer a four-core processor. Above all, the display, which is only four inches in size, costs the new iPhone 5s a lot of sympathy from many T-Online readers, because other manufacturers have long been offering larger and better displays with Full HD and more.

The fingerprint sensor is nice, but nothing new. The Motorola Atrix is ​​also equipped with such a sensor. The fact that Apple continues to ignore NFC is incomprehensible, especially since the number of applications is now growing. When it comes to cameras, other manufacturers offer more than the new iPhone 5s, at least on paper, even if more does not necessarily have to be better. With the new iPhone 5s, Apple creates an “evolutionary hop”, but the revolution did not materialize on Tuesday evening.

The iPhone prices

iPhone 5s

16 GB

699 euros

iPhone 5s

32 GB

799 euros

iPhone 5s

64 GB

899 euros

iPhone 5c

16 GB

599 euros

iPhone 5c

32 GB

699 euros

iPhone 4s

8 GB

399 euros

(Without contract)

Technical data iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c


iPhone 5s

iPhone 5c


A7 chip with 64-bit architecture, M7 motion coprocessor

A6 chip

Supported cellular standards







4 inch multi-touch widescreen display (10.16 cm diagonal)

4 inch multi-touch widescreen display (10.16 cm diagonal)


1136 × 640 pixels at 326 ppi

1136 × 640 pixels at 326 ppi

Contrast ratio

800: 1

800: 1





8-megapixel, 1.2-megapixel face-time camera

8-megapixel, 1.2-megapixel face-time camera


True-tone flash, 5-element lens, burst function

Lens with 5 elements

Video recording

1080p at 30 frames per second Face-time camera in 720p at 30 frames per second

1080p at 30 frames per second Face-time camera in 720p at 30 frames per second


battery pack



Speaking time

up to 10 hours with 3G

up to 10 hours with 3G

Standby time

up to 250 hours

up to 250 hours

Internet usage

up to 8 hours (3G / LTE) up to 10 hours (Wifi)

up to 8 hours (3G) up to 10 hours (Wifi)

Video playback

up to 10 hours

up to 10 hours

Audio playback

up to 40 hours

up to 40 hours


Fingerprint sensor






123.8 mm

124.4 mm


58.6 mm

59.2 mm


7.6 mm

8.97 mm


112 g

132 g

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A notorious bug from old Windows versions is celebrating an involuntary comeback at Apple. According to user reports, the iPhone 5s crashes frequently and shows the “blue screen of death” that drove so many users to despair with the first Windows versions. The crash problems described by users in Apple’s support forum have so far been limited to the new iPhone 5s.

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“My iPhone 5s crashes every few hours and sometimes it takes up to 30 minutes before it starts again,” reports a user in Apple’s support forum. Another describes: “I was using Twitter when the screen suddenly turned blue and showed some vertical lines. Then the thing restarted with the Apple logo on the display.” A user recorded the crash on video.

Blue screen on the iPhone 5s

In previous versions of Windows, the “blue screen of death” meant that Windows had crashed. Just restarting the computer made the blue screen disappear. According to complaints on Apple’s support forums, Apple’s new smartphone is currently showing the same symptoms. It crashes suddenly and shows a blue screen. Only the iPhone 5s seems to be affected, because none of the forum users mentions the iPhone 5c or the older iPhone 5.

Apple’s own office apps as a trigger

Many users experience the crash when using the iWork apps Pages, Numbers or Keynote. Some other affected people report the blue screen while using the Safari or Facetime browser. In addition, the error should also occur when switching between apps multiple times.

Turn off iWork synchronization

Some users report in the forums that it helps if the synchronization of iWork documents via the iCloud is switched off. Then at least the blue screen no longer occurs when using Pages, Keynote or Numbers. Since the crash also happens when using other apps, this is not a reliable solution. Apple has not yet published a statement or solution to the problem.

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Piste winners now have nothing to keep them warm at home. The mountain is conquered in winter! We’ll reveal the hottest ski areas with the highest celebrity density, the coolest slopes and the hottest parties.

Ski hotspots in the Alps

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With 179 kilometers of slopes, 54 cable cars and lifts, 180 days of guaranteed snow and the famous Streif downhill race track, the Kitzbühel ski area is one of the most popular ski areas in the world. Especially during the Hahnenkamm race, Kitzbühel is a hotspot for celebrities. Prince Albert of Monaco and the Swarowski clan are regulars, and Robbie Williams has also been here. If you want to see celebrities, you should make a note of January 21, 2017. Then the famous downhill race takes place again.

Sun terrace on the slopes

The Maierl Alm in Kirchberg near Kitzbühel has the most beautiful sun terrace right on a ski slope. The associated châlets with an open fireplace and whirlpool on the terrace are wonderful – and quickly booked out! The night in a double room costs 175 euros or more per person.

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Another hotspot is the Biohotel Stanglwirt in Going (overnight stay from 132 euros). Every year on New Year’s Eve there is a lavish festival. Baldessarini, the Klitschko brothers, Arnold Schwarzenegger and other celebrities then toast the new year. Fashion-conscious men shop for the right outfit in Helmut Eder’s boutiques in Kitzbühel – the top addresses for unusual designer fashion.

Arlberg: The cradle of skiing

The Arlberg with the towns of St. Anton, St. Christoph, Stuben, Lech and Zürs is considered the cradle of skiing. Austria’s first drag lift was built in Zürs, and the first cable car for winter operation in St. Anton. Now the Arlberg is getting a new sensation: a lift connection from Alpe Rauz to Zürs. The Tyrolean and Vorarlberg ski areas are connected to the largest connected ski region in Austria.

Winter sports enthusiasts will then have 305 kilometers of ski runs and 87 lifts and cable cars available.

The latest ski equipment for fun on the slopes and the hottest ski outfits can be bought at the Strolz sports and fashion store in the center of Lech.

Chic house on the Arlberg

The Hotel Post in Lech is one of the top hotels on the Arlberg (overnight stay from 180 euros). Florian Moosbrugger runs the glamorous house in the third generation. The guests such as the Dutch royal family are as exclusive as the hotel. The hip K.Club is also located in the middle of Lech.

The arlberg1800 Resort in St. Christoph is just as popular as the Hotel Post. In addition to the Arlberg Hospiz Hotel (overnight stay from 166 euros) with the world-famous wine cellar of senior chef Adi Werner, these include the Alm Residence Suites, the Châlet Skyfall and the new arlberg1800 Contemporary Art Concert Hall – an avant-garde building for art and music lovers.

The resort also includes the Hospiz Alm – a legendary après-ski hotspot with Alpine gourmet cuisine. The mega party then takes place in St. Anton, just ten minutes away by car. In the Postkeller, in Piccadilly and the many other clubs, the bear is pounding – until the early hours of the morning.

Ischgl: The Ibiza of the Alps

St. Anton is only topped by Ischgl – the number one après-ski party location. In the “Ibiza of the Alps” there are 238 kilometers of perfectly groomed slopes during the day and extensive celebrations in the evening. The party traditionally begins in the Paznauer Taja, later it continues to Schatzi or Kitzloch. Afterwards there is rocking in the cowshed, in the Trofana-Alm or in Nikis Stadl. And once a year the Top of the Mountain concerts take place, at which Deep Purple, Alicia Keys and Kylie Minogue were on stage.

You will spend the night in the design hotel Madlein. The night costs here from 195 euros per person. The “first design hotel in the Alps” combines modern elegance with a cozy atmosphere. In the spa and wellness area, you will be pampered according to every trick in the book before you party in the evening in the Madlein VIP Club with models, stars and starlets. With a bit of luck you will meet Paris Hilton at the bar, who often stays in the club and hosted the party for her 26th birthday here.

St. Moritz: Exclusive ski resort and celebrity hotspot

St. Moritz is the ultimate ski resort. For almost 160 years, the village has been the winter sports mecca of the beautiful, the rich and the famous. There is hardly a place where the celebrity density is as great as in the ski resort in the Swiss Engadine. In the Corviglia / Piz Nair, Corvatsch, Diavolezza / Lagalb and Zuoz ski areas there are also 350 kilometers of slopes. In St. Moritz, people don’t just go skiing; the Snow Polo Cup also takes place here every year – the most important snow polo tournament in the world with an extremely high density of fur. 

There are many luxury hotels in the noble town. The Kulm Hotel, which opened 160 years ago, is one of the most beautiful. The interior with its magnificent chandeliers and antique furniture is still reminiscent of the Belle Époque. The whole thing has its price: The night in a double room costs from 622 euros per person. Guests are spoiled with culinary delights in three restaurants. Afterwards there is rocking in the famous Dracula Club. Gunter Sachs founded the club in the 1970s. Since then, the coolest parties in St. Moritz have been celebrated here.

Gstaad: winter holidays with relaxed luxury

If you prefer it a little quieter than in St. Moritz, you can go to Gstaad. The high society has been meeting in the village in the Bernese Oberland for over 100 years. Nevertheless, Gstaad has retained its naturalness. There is no boasting here, money and wealth are not demonstratively displayed. 

As the slopes are up to 3,000 meters high, Gstaad is extremely snow-sure. There are more than 220 kilometers of skiing area here. The longest slope is ten kilometers long. 

The Gstaad Palace Hotel, which has been one of the most famous hotels in Switzerland for over 100 years, is particularly splendid. The night costs here in a double room per person from 740 euros. Madonna and Valentino were among the many famous guests of the hotel. If you are looking for the ultimate in luxury, you can stay in the 400 square meter penthouse suite with outdoor jacuzzi, sauna and all-round terrace, which offers an unforgettable view of the mountain landscape. Price on request.

Stylish on the slopes

The question of all questions remains: What do you wear on the slopes? The motto is exclusivity, especially when it comes to ski equipment. Let’s start at the very bottom with the feet: blisters don’t have to be anymore. The Vacuum Full Fit ski boots from Fischer Sports (approx. 500 euros) are warmed up before they are worn for the first time and pressed against the foot for 16 minutes with a pad. The shell is precisely adapted to the anatomy of the foot using compressed air.

The current Bogner collection is also exclusive: the Nair ski jacket with cross-stitching costs an impressive 1500 euros and has a number of extras such as an iPod headphone function, an inside pocket with an integrated glasses cleaning cloth and a removable snow skirt on the hem. The Bamboo ski helmet for 600 euros is an eye-catcher on the slopes. The outer shell is made of real, oiled bamboo. A nice, stylish protection. The Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones provide the soundtrack for your fun on the slopes (approx. 300 euros). The ear cup with comfortable padding dampens outside noise so that you can immerse yourself in the sound.

Fur slippers for 130 euros

Arriving at the hotel, Herr von Welt slips into his cuddly soft Ascot fur slippers from UGG (approx. 130 euros). The upper made of supple suede, the lining made of soft wool. In it, tired skiers’ feet can recover from their work on the slopes.

As soon as Apple announced the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, Nokia sends its flagship smartphone Lumia 1020 into the race against Apple in Germany. The Finnish smartphone, which works with Windows Phone 8, scores with one detail above all: thanks to a 41 megapixel camera, it should take particularly good photos.

The Nokia Lumia 1020 in detail

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The Nokia Lumia 1020 is available without a contract for 699 euros, as the Finnish company announced on Friday.

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