John Gruber''s iPhone 5 Review

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iPhone 5 in my hand, this talk of micron-precision, fine watch craftsmanship, and the computerized selection of best-match inlays sounds not the least bit bullshitty or blustery. It simply sounds like an explanation of the level of obsession that it takes to create a mass-produced device that feels this, well, nice. It even feels as though they’ve put some serious work into the iPhone’s one historical weak spot: the home button.

Approximately 3,200 words on Apple's latest phone. Something to read while you're waiting for iOS 6 to finish downloading and install.