Apple released three videos of iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C
During Apple’s iPhone media event in Cupertino, the company released videos on it’s next generation of iPhones. The first video introduces the lower-cost iPhone 5C. While there were rumors predicting the ‘C’ stands for cheap, the device does not in any way resemble cheap. It stands for colors and the iPhone 5C will be available in Green, Pink, Blue, White and Yellow. Jony Ive described the iPhone 5C as “beautifully, unapologetically plastic”.
The second video introduces the improvements in iPhone 5S and enhancement of the iPhone camera including Slo-Mo video recording of up to 120fps and True Tone flash of it’s dual LED.
The final video shed some lights on the innovation behind the new Touch ID fingerprint sensor, adding security to the iPhone 5S.
Apple will begin accepting pre-orders for the iPhone 5C on September 13 and both the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S will be released to the public on September 20. On a two year contract, iPhone 5C starts at $99 for a 16GB model while iPhone 5S starts at $199 for a 16GB model.