Today marked another day in tech history as Apple revealed the new update to the iPhone 5 at their home base in Cupertino, Calif.
The company debuted a new hue, designing the iPhone 5C to be available in green, blue, gray, yellow, or pink Tuesday (Sept. 10). The phone will also be sold at $99 for 16GB, and $199 for a 32GB device, CBS News reports.
The updated iPhone 5S will also get a color change as it will now be available in metallic gold, black, and silver. It will also be “the first smartphone to be 64-bits.” The 5S will also have 10 hours of LTE and Wi-Fi browsing with 40 hours of music and 250 hours of standby time. To phone even boasts a fingerprint sensor, Touch ID, which will be built-in as another option to unlock your phone.
Apple didn’t leave their other loyal customers in the dark as a new operating system, iOS7, will be free to download come Sept. 18. For the iPhone 5S, the prices list from $199 for 16GB, $299 for 32GB,to $399 for 64GB, all of which will be available on Sept. 20.
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