Tagged With iphone 5s


If you want to do anything with your smartphone beyond the basics, there's no reason not to go Android. So, as someone who has not only owned some form of hand-built computer since age 15, but worked at a PC enthusiast magazine for five years — including being editor of the darn thing — why on Earth am I using an iPhone 5s and before that, an iPhone 4? It's complicated... but also not.


First things first, no, this won't magically upgrade your phone's hardware. It'll still be an iPhone 5s on the inside. As for the outside? You'll get something very unique -- a mobile reminiscent of a miniature version of Apple's iPhone 7. All you need is a piece of aluminium from AliExpress, a screwdriver and some time.


A phone doesn't have to cost you a whole paycheck, even a good one. Affordable, fully-featured smartphones are popping into the market more and more often, putting previously premium features into lower and lower price ranges.


Those of you with a new iPhone 5s will have already started adding multiple fingerprints to conveniently unlock your phone and enter your Apple ID password with just a touch. The problem? Apple only allows you to store five fingerprints -- unless you use this workaround.