Although Apple didn’t present a live video stream of Tuesday’s iPhone announcement at company headquarters in Cupertino, California, the cameras captured all the action. And the tech giant just posted the entire presentation online.
To review the keynote at length, click here.
As MMW covered Tuesday, Apple introduced two new iPhones this week – the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S. Both devices launch next Friday, September 20th.
The iPhone 5C, however, will be available for preorder beginning this Friday, September 13th.
To recap our comprehensive coverage from Tuesday’s announcement, check out the stories below.
Apple on Tuesday officially raised the curtain on two new iPhone. And by the end of next week, the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C could be in your hands. According to freshly announced details from the Cupertino, California-based tech giant, the iPhone 5S will be available in black and slate, white and silver, and gold and white.
Delivering an unprecedented degree of smartphone security, Apple today confirmed that the forthcoming iPhone 5S will feature a new fingerprint-scanning technology called Touch ID.
Meet Apple’s long awaited iPhone 5S. Touting the device as the first smartphone in the world to present a 64-bit desktop-class chip, Apple says the new iPhone 5S is the “most forward-thinking phone we’ve ever created.”
Apple on Tuesday introduced two new iPhones. First up, the iPhone 5C. “In the past, when we’ve launched a new iPhone, we lowered the cost of the old iPhone, making it more accessible to new people. But this year, we’re not going to do that,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said Tuesday.