On September 10, Apple unveiled not one, but two new iPhones. One iPhone is the iPhone 5C, which is just the iPhone 5 but in colors and at a cheaper price of $99 for 16 gigabytes and $199 for 32 gigabytes. The colors available are green, yellow, blue, white, and red. The phone itself is made out of polycarbonate. You can pre-order this phone on September 13. The other iPhone is named the iPhone 5S. The S means speed. The phone is faster than the iPhone 5 and has a longer battery life. Apple claims it will be the first 64-bit smartphone. It also features TouchID, a finger print authentication security feature. The phone comes in three colors: silver, space gray, and gold. It will be released September 20th at the price of $199 for 16 gigabytes with a two-year contract. Both of these phones will be replacing the iPhone 5. Apple also announced the release date of iOS7, which will be September 18th.
Below are pictures of what the iPhone 5C and the iPhone 5S look like.
The Centinal surveyed Centennial students, asking them if they would buy the new versions of the iPhone. Below are the results.