iPhone enthusiasts across the globe are getting ready to queue up for the newest iteration of the Apple device. At an event at the company's Cupertino, CA headquarters CEO Tim Cook kicked off the event that introduced the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C to the world. The 5C is a less expensive version of the phone, and was announced by the Apple SVP Phil Schiller.
The iPhone 5C has a 4-inch display and is made of hard-coated polycarbonate with steel reinforcement and has a multi-band antenna. It comes in yellow, blue, red, white, and green. The 16 GB version will cost $99 - 32 GB will cost you $199 - with a contract, and go on sale Sept. 20. (You'll be able to pre-order on the 13th.)
The 5S which is just the next iteration of the flagship iPhone, will boast an A7 chip and will be the first smartphone to be 64-bits. The battery-life and camera will also be getting upgrades. And here's the big one: there will be a built in fingerprint sensor in the home button which will allow you to gain access to the phone or make purchases. The iPhone 5S will in 16 GB for $199, 32GB for $299, and 64GB for $399, with a contract, and go on sale the same time as the 5C.