Apple has unveiled two new iPhones at its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. on Tuesday, including a low-cost iPhone 5C that comes in five colors and starts at $99 and a pricier ‘forward-looking’ iPhone 5S.
On Tuesday at its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., Apple will hold an event where the tech giant is expected to launch its new iPhones and iOS7. And maybe even more.
In only nine days, Apple will introduce two new iPhone models at its media event on Sept. 10, including the high-end iPhone 5S and the company’s long-rumored budget iPhone, thus more rumuors and speculation are circulating.
In a new round of rumors regarding the iPhone 5S was revealed that the device will also come in gold.
The iPhone 5S could be delayed until after June because of problems with a new fingerprint-scanning feature designed by Apple to replace the passcode-based unlocking system on previous models.
Apple is considering releasing new iPads next month, as well as to launch a fifth-generation iPad in April alongside an updated iPad mini.
These pictures purport to show the case for the forthcoming iPhone 5S, Apple’s next update of its market leading smartphone. The pictures show an iPhone that has an exterior that looks identical to the iPhone 5.