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iPhone 5c - The Best and Worst Parts - Flesch Law

A lot of publicity is taking place surrounding the new release of the latest iPhone 5c. Apple enthusiasts have been anxiously awaiting the "official" confirmations of rumor's they've been hearing for months now. Many of the rumors did indeed come true.

If you are not up to speed on everything Apple, here's a quick synopsis of the new iPhone 5c.

New Colors - the iPhone can now be purchased in White, Blue, Pink, and Gold

Picture of iPhones

Photo by Yutaka Tsutano

Better battery - you supposedly receive a longer lasting battery

Same pricing - pricing remains the same so no price hike

Fingerprint Sensor - you now can unlock your phone by using a fingerprint sensor on the screen. It will memorize your specific fingerprint and give heightened security for your apps and purchases.

While these seem like great advances, the new iPhone really doesn't provide any solid reason to upgrade aside from the Fingerprint scanner. While cases will be made for both sides, it appears that the latest edition is just the old one with new packaging.

Our focus at Flesch Law is making sure drivers are safe and provide assistance to victims who have been involved in auto-accidents. Many car accidents in Denver have happened as a result from texting while driving. This is becoming more and more of a problem with teenagers and adults using text messaging more frequently to communicate.

While we are all for technology advances, we just want to make sure our clients and the Denver community are staying safe while driving. While it's ok to discover the new power of the iPhone 5c, please do it outside your vehicle and not while driving.

If you or a loved is ever in a car accident involving texting and driving, give our Denver offices a call at 303-806-8886 and we will meet with you one on one to discuss your case.

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