Apple’s iPhone 5s/5c Event, in Pictures
At its headquarters in Cupertino today, Apple officially took the lid off its two new iPhones, the iPhone 5s and the cheaper iPhone 5c. It also promised a Sept. 18 release date for its new mobile operating system, iOS 7, and showed off fingerprint-scanning technology that can work as an alternative to a passcode for unlocking the phones and making purchases in the iTunes store.
Here’s a gallery of what AllThingsD saw at the event, including some hands-on time with the new devices at the end:
Photos by Eric Johnson.
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