The cool thing about the ‘S’ cycle of iPhones is that they always offer a few little subtle improvements on the main numbered models - smoothing out the bits and pieces that didn’t go down too well the first time around. In the case of the iPhone 5s, that meant giving it the next level processor, better camera lenses, a bigger battery… and, for the first time in iPhone history, a fingerprint sensor.

Other than that, it was identical to the iPhone 5 in pretty much every other way, featuring the same blocky aluminium design - though the 5s was available in a new space grey colour as well as silver and gold.

How to sell your iPhone 5s 32GB

iPhone users are always on the cutting-edge of tech, so you’re probably thinking about upgrading your 5s if you haven’t already. Why not sell or recycle it, and get a pretty penny for doing so? Use CompareMyMobile’s tool to compare your options, which we’ve pulled in from over 30 mobile recyclers. Once you’ve entered your iPhone’s condition and network, it’s just a case of choosing an offer you like the look of, clicking through, and entering your details to get a postage pack. Then you can send your phone off, and voila - the cash is yours.

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