We briefly told you about the features of Apple’s new mid-range iPhone that were announced at the event. But the devil is in the details, so we take an in-depth look at iPhone 5c′s specifications and features.
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Apple just unveiled the iPhone 5s, and we’ve the full spec sheet for you to cast your eyes over.
The shorter version: iPhone 5s looks exactly like the iPhone 5, but comes with new features and improvements such as Touch ID fingerprint sensor, faster 64-bit A7 chip, new M7 motion processor, improved camera system with dual LED flash and larger f/2.2 aperture.
After several months of rumors and speculations, the iPhone 5s is finally here! Apple unveiled the 7th generation iPhone during the media event at the Town Hall auditorium in its Cupertino headquarters.
We’ve seen several leaked photos and videos of the iPhone 5s rear casing, which had already given us a glimpse of what the new iPhone will look like.
iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c go on sale on September 20, iPhone 5c Preorders start this Friday, September 13
With less than 24 hours to go for Apple’s iPhone event where it is widely expected to unveil iPhone 5S, French website Nowhereesle.fr has published a photo, which appears to be the quick start guide for iPhone 5S, which is usually included in the packaging.
It has been widely speculated that one of the major new features of iPhone 5S will be the fingerprint sensor that will allow users to unlock their device without entering the password.
Wall Street Journal has just confirmed that the next generation iPhone, which will be unveiled at a media event tomorrow, will indeed include the fingerprint sensor.
Apple’s September 10th event is official, and although Apple didn’t include much on the invite apart from a cryptic “This should brighten everyone’s day” tagline, it’s next to confirmed that the company will be launching new iPhones at the event.
But as we know, Apple queues up a lot of announcements for a single event, and here’s what we can expect from the event based on all the rumors and speculations we’ve heard so far.
With four days to go for Apple’s iPhone event, and two weeks to go for the likely launch of new iPhones, some folks have already started lining up outside Apple’s flagship Fifth Avenue retail store in New York City, according to a report from MacRumors.
People used to start lining up outside Apple’s retail stores a week before the new iPhone went on sale. So it quite bizarre that people have started lining up so early this year.