Apple’s iPhone 5S & 5C reveal event has now been added to Apple’s website.
As expected, the company revealed a couple of nifty new iPhones at the event.
The new iPhone 5S has a much faster processor than the iPhone 5, a fingerprint security scanner (called ‘Touch ID’), a stronger battery, an impressive new camera, and Apple’s latest operating system, iOS 7.
It will be available in silver, grey and light gold.
The iPhone 5C is a colorful, cheaper, version of the iPhone 5 with a plastic back. It will be available in red, white, blue, green, and yellow.
Apple revealed their new toys today at 10am Pacific Time (1pm here on the east coast).
Apple just added the reveal event to their Apple Events page at: http://www.apple.com/apple-events. It’s a shame they don’t let us watch it live online.
There are some system requirements for watching the stream.
According to Apple, Windows users will need to install QuickTime 7 if they don’t already have it. It can be downloaded here.
As for Apple devices, users will need Safari 4 or later on Mac OS X v10.6 or later, or Safari on iOS 4.2 or later
The event can also be streamed on a second or third generation Apple TV with software version 5.0.2 or later.
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