Apple’s newest offspring doesn’t wow you with any one killer feature, like say, a compartment for hot sauce (last time I trust that rumor mill), but the iPhone 5 ($199 for 16GB) is indeed an upgrade across the board. First off, the size. The display is now 4 inches, up from 3.5. It measures 7.6 millimeters thick and weighs 112 grams–18% thinner and 20% lighter than the iPhone 4S. The retina display pixel density remains intact, now at a 1136×640 resolution, with 44 percent more color saturation than the 4S. Better late than never, the iPhone 5 is also now ready to rock 4G LTE network speeds. Apple’s A6 chip is now inside, and the company says that makes this phone 2x faster than the 4S. Despite the power boosts, battery life is also improved, with an expected 8 hrs of LTE browsing time. A new connector pin, iOS 6, and FaceTime with 720p support round out the feature package. I don’t know about you, but to me, this leaves the door wiiiide open for Samsung to walk through with a hot sauce dispenser.