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The iPhone 5s is upon us. Nothing on the outside has changed dramatically compared to the 5 (as is usual with the “s” models) apart from the Home button which I talk about shortly. The 5s is available in three colours, white with a silver trim, space grey (which replaces the black colour) and finally, white with a gold trim. It still comes in 16, 32 or 64GB’s of storage and prices are as follows: £549.99 for a 16GB, £629.00 for a 32GB and a whopping £709.00 for a 64GB version.
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Yesterday, Apple announced two new iPhone’s. The iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c. However, this post will only be about the 5s. Firstly, it does include a fingerprint sensor behind the home button and can be used to unlock the device (of course) and buy media and apps from iTunes and the App Store. It also comes in a new colour, gold. Yep. A gold iPhone. The other two colours are grey and silver.
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So, yesterday Apple confirmed that they will be holding an event on the 10th of September which will start from 6PM here in the UK. I’m excited. There are two reasons why. We are getting two new iPhones. The iPhone 5s and the brand-new lost cost iPhone 5c are expected to be released. The 5s is expected to have a fingerprint sensor behind the home button, an A7 chip, dual flash and a larger aperture rate.