Apple September 2013 Event - The Whole Recap
The iPhone 5c, is a new design, with the hardware from the iPhone 5. The 5c is eye catching with the redesigned back plate, available in five colors. The iPhone 5c includes a 8 MP camera, 4 inch Retina Display, and a dual-core A6 processor. The iPhone 5c starts at $99 USD for 16GB, or 32GB for $199 with a two year contract agreement with most carriers.
The iPhone 5s has the same overall design of the iPhone 5, with a new color, Gold. While the iPhone 5s looks almost identical to it’s predecessor, the hardware, is much improved. Apple has implemented a new 64-bit A7 processor and a coprocessor, the M7, M standing for motion. The camera in the iPhone 5s includes major upgrades such as retooled 8 MP with 1.5 µ (microns) pixels and the true tone flash. The camera is now much faster and sharper in low light conditions. Other new features include Slo-mo and burst mode.
Another feature of the iPhone 5s is built into the home button. A finger print scanner called, Touch ID, is an alternative way to secure your phone, similar to a passcode on the lock screen. Touch ID can be used to either unlock your phone or download apps on the App Store, instead of entering a password.
The iPhone 5s starts at $199 USD for 16GB, $299 USD for 32GB, and $399 USD for 64GB, all with a two year contract agreement with most carriers.
Apple's public release date for iOS 7 is September 18, 2013. While iOS 7 rolls out, many people are wondering if their device will be compatible with the new update. iOS 7 runs on the iPhone 4, 4S, & 5, iPad mini, iPad 2, 3, & 4, and the iPod touch 5th generation.