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October 16, 2013 AT 7:03 AM
Consumer Reports is still the buying guide of record for many consumers in older age demographics, and the?not-for-profit group recently took a look at Apple's new wares. While Consumer Reports?has historically been pretty rough on Apple gadgets, it came away from its iPhone?5s and iPhone 5c tests fairly impressed, giving each handset a respectable score. Where the flagship iPhone 5s is concerned, Consumer Reports?found a happy surprise in the Touch ID fingerprint scanner, which it said was surprisingly reliable. It also said the 5s camera is better than ever and that the iPhone 5c is a "compelling offering for budget-minded buyers." Despite all that praise, however, Consumer Reports?still thinks that Motorola's latest Droid handsets are a better buy. The group