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Apple announced iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c: 64-Bit A7 CPU, Fingerprint Sensor and iOS 7

Apple iPhone 5SApple held an event this afternoon, talking about the future of their iPhone line. As was speculated by many, one of the devices announced was the iPhone 5s. But along with that came word of the iPhone 5c, two releases that tech fans are sure to get excited about.

iPhone 5Ss

Every iPhone has had its ‘S’ upgrade, but this one is a little bit different. Unlike the iPhone 4S or the 3GS, this one is one isn’t just a standard improvement of a couple of features. They went all out on boosting the performance of the 5s, making it something more like an all new product between the 5 and 6 in the series.

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Apple iPhone event will take place on September 10

Apple EventAs it was expected Apple announced everybody that on September 10 will take place a special event. According to the invite, this special event will take place at 10 AM PT at the usual location: Apple Campus in Cupertino.

Now the rumors should light up once again.

First stop and the only thing we know for sure is that Apple will show a new iPhone. Doubted as iPhone 5S as some rumors indicate the next wonder phone should come up with iOS 7 and more power(a new processor and maybe more RAM). Oh and let’s also not forget about the fingerprint sensor.

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Apple announces iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks at WWDC 2013

  • 10/06/2013 at 22:43 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Apple iOS 7 LockScreenExciting news for Apple users! The technology giant announced today that they will be releasing their iOS 7, as well as the new OS X Mavericks for the Mac.

The announcement was made during their keynote speech at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco less than an hour ago. In addition to talking about the launch, they went into the new features that will make this version the most advanced yet.

The Speech

Apple started off by addressing the retail situation around the world. They now have 407 stores, the latest in Berlin. They also spoke about the 50 billion apps in the App Store, 375,000 of which are for the iPad alone. They showed a graph of their app sale shares, which is 74% of all apps purchased (Android taking 20%, Others taking 6%).

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