Published On: 10 September 2013
Apple unveiled two new iPhones at a special event held at its headquarters.
Apple has announced iPhone 5c with specifications similar to the iPhone 5.
iPhone 5c comes with a 4" Retina display and is powered by the Apple A6 processor.
iPhone 5c comes with an 8-megapixel and a hard-coated polycarbonate body.
iPhone 5c comes in a wide variety of colour options.
iPhone 5c will be available in 16GB and 32GB storage variants at a price of $99 and $199 with a 2 year contract in the US. Off-contract pricing is $549 (or Rs. 35,000 approximately, without the duties etc.) for the 16GB variant.
iPhone 5s is powered by Apple A7 chip, making it the "first and only 64-bit smartphone."
iPhone 5s comes with a fingerprint scanner called Touch ID that can be used to unlock the phone or buy apps, music, books etc. on Apple's online stores.
iPhone 5s features up to 56x times faster graphics performance than the original iPhone.
iPhone 5s camera flash sports two LEDs, features a Slo-Mo slow motion video mode and can take 10 frames per second in burst mode.
iPhone 5s can take 28-megapixel panorama pictures.
iPhone 5s can run games likes the newly-announced Infinity Blade 3 without breaking a sweat.
iPhone 5s will be available in three colour options: Space Grey, Gold and White.
iPhone 5s is priced at $649 (Rs. 41,250 approx. as per current exchange rate, without duties etc.) off-contract for the 16GB variant.
iOS 7 comes with a completely revamped user interface.
iOS 7 comes with other enhancements like an improved Siri, Apple's virtual assistant.
iOS 7 also brings a host of new features like Control Center, for quick access to commonly used settings.
The free iTunes radio in iOS 7 lets you listen to music according to your taste.
iOS 7 is coming to the iPad and the iPad mini as well.
iOS 7 is coming September 18 as a free update for iPhone 4 and later, iPad 2 and later, iPad mini and iPod touch fifth-generation.
iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s go on sale in US, China and other countries on September 20. Coming to 100 countries by December.