If you prefer a free iPhone 5 then it will cost you £46 a month on O2 or £47 or Vodafone. Both of these tariffs comes with loads of minute and 1GB internet data.
At just 7.6mm thick and weighing 112g the iPhone 5 is 20% lighter than the 4S. The 4 inch Retina display is longer, not wider, there’s a 5th row of icons on the homescreen. The iPhone 5 has the latest A6 quad-core chip delivering 2x faster performance compared to the A5 chip on previous models.
The iPhone 5 supports 4G, available to Orange and T-Mobile customers by the end of the year and coming to other networks in 2013. Customers who buy the iPhone 5 now will be able to use 4G once their network supports it.