Apple unveils not 1 but 2 new iPhones
For Apple aficionados, the yearly release of iPhones is a much anticipated event. Some even compare the excitement to Christmas, except this year’s present is not one Apple innovation but two iPhones.
According to www.macworld.com:
Apple on Tuesday unveiled two new iPhones: the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5C. “iPhone 5 was instantly the most-loved iPhone ever, and it had the most successful first year of any iPhone we’ve ever done,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said.
“The business has become so large that this year we’re going to replace the iPhone 5…and we’re gonna replace it with not one, but two new designs.” These include the powerful iPhone 5s and the colorful iPhone 5c.
The iPhone 5c is considered an entry-level phone with the 16GB model priced at $99. Its features include A6 chip, ultrafast LTE wireless, an 8MP iSight camera, and iOS 7. The iPhone 5c is available in green, blue, yellow, pink, and white with the default wallpaper matching the phone’s hard-coated polycarbonate body.
The iPhone 5s is being tagged as Apple’s most powerful phone yet. It is made of high-grade aluminum, with chamfered edges and is available in silver, gold, and space gray.Its most interesting feature is the Touch ID fingerprint identity sensor which gives user an added feel of exclusivity. The other features of the iPhone 5s are A7 chip, a , ultrafast LTE wireless, an iSight camera with a larger 8MP sensor, and iOS 7.
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Luxury is not just about sky-high prices but the feel of exclusivity as well. The iPhone 5s is said to exude luxury with its unique fingerprint-recognition technology and upscale features. What is your view on this?
What do you think of the powerful iPhone 5s and entry-level 5c?