The new iPhone 5 really has the human race split - you either passionately love it, or you don't. If you don't love it, you don't need to hate it - you just don't think it's worthy of titles such as 'the best smartphone ever'.
Well, Consumer Reports has come in and said that the iPhone 5 isn't just one of the best smartphones they've ever reviewed, but have called it "the best iPhone yet". I find it hard to disagree, but isn't that the job of Apple? To release a better product? Wouldn't it be just a little strange to see "the best iPhone up until iPhone 4S, where last year's version was better". Uh, yeah.
Consumer Reports' love of the iPhone 5 includes its "larger, 4-inch display", and its "thinner and lighter profile" as well as its "4G LTE access", and that the Cupertino-based company adding "a host of innovative features" make the new iPhone 5 one of the best phones out, and 'the best iPhone yet'.
If you haven't read our review on it, which wasn't so gushing with love, check it out here.