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iPhone 5 games running on iOS 7 beta 5

Since iOS 7 beta 5 was released on Tuesday we have taken a look at many different aspects of the update, such as the improved features, and how well it performs on the iPhone 5, 4S and the 4, with the latter have the most issues.

It does seem as though Apple has made some vast improvements with the overall stability and smoothness, but we thought we would show you a few iPhone 5 games running on iOS 7 beta 5.

Below you will see five videos, all of which have different games running on the iPhone 5 with the most recent beta update, and so will give you a good idea of what you can expect when playing such games once the public release of iOS 7 goes live.

The first review is Mikey Hooks iPhone 5 iOS 7 Beta 5; this game only came out yesterday and so looks as though it has been made to take advantage of the advancements made in iOS 7.

The next iPhone 5 iOS 7 Beta 5 game review is Gleamer, which is also a new game and is said to be awesome. The game is pretty basic, but it does look as though it runs very smooth and could become addictive.

Kritter Ball iPhone 5 running on iOS 7 Beta 5 is ideal if you love pinball games. Again, the game looks to be running smoothly, but we should not expect any different considering we are only a month or so away from the final release of the new OS.

Swift Revenge can also be seen running on the iPhone 5 with iOS 7 Beta 5 installed, and the review gives us a good demonstration of what we can expect from the game, which is out right now.

Finally, we have Lub vs Dub gameplay review and is also being played on an iPhone 5 with iOS 7 beta 5 installed, and this is just another example of how far the new mobile OS from Apple has progressed.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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