Apple Vice President Phil Schiller took to the stage and showed off the iPhone 5 upgrade with two different phones: a low-cost iPhone 5c and high-end iPhone 5s.
The low-cost iPhone 5c features a 4-inch display, hard-coated polycarbonate design, multi-band antenna, and comes in five colors (green, white, blue, pink and yellow) with a price tag of $99 for 16GB and $199 for 32 GB, with a two-year contract.
The high-end iPhone 5s features a 4-inch display, comes in three colors (silver, gold, and space gray), a long lasting battery life with 10 hours of LTE and web browsing, 40 hours of music and 250 hours of standby time.
The new iPhone will showcase the rumored Touch ID with fingerprint sensor to lock the phone and make purchases with a price tag of $199 for 16GB, $299 for $32 GB and $399 for 64GB, with a two-year contract.
Faithful Apple fans can start lining up for their new iPhones on September 20 and pre-order starting Friday, September 13.
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