New iPhones: How Much Are They and When Do They Launch?

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 …   Read More

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New iPhones How Much Are They and When Do They LaunchApple 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.

The iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C will be available for purchase next Friday, September 20th in the United States, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, and the U.K.

Preorders – for the iPhone 5C only – begin this Friday, September 13th.

The iPhone 5S is $199 with a new two-year contract (16GB model). The 32GB model will run you $299 and the 64GB flavor costs $399.

For the iPhone 5C, pricing starts at $99 for the 16GB model, while the 32GB version will set you back $199 with a 2-year contract.

“iPhone 5s is the most forward-thinking smartphone in the world, delivering desktop class architecture in the palm of your hand,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. “iPhone 5s sets a new standard for smartphones, packed into its beautiful and refined design are breakthrough features that really matter to people, like Touch ID, a simple and secure way to unlock your phone with just a touch of your finger.”

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  1. AllenResha

    Can somebody @mmarketingwatch please remove the super long hyperlink back to the blog.  Not sure what is going on with my comment.? I was trying to link to 

  2. AllenResha

    I just wonder if the iPhone is losing ground?  Is the iPhone 5S really the most “forward thinking phone,” or is it just another version with bells and whistles that people buy because it is new?  I just feel as if iPhone/Apple are losing ground since Steve Jobs has passed.  I used to want an iPhone, but now I find myself asking, “Why?”  
    Why do I want an overpriced phone that doesn’t have nearly the functionality and perks that other phones have?  I think that iPhones really limit a user and that Android has a much wider market with a lot more “feature packed” phones.  Do I think Android is the solution?  No.  Honestly I was extremely disappointed with Ubuntu’s Edge and it’s failed IndieGoGo campaign. 

    Just my two cents worth.  Let me know what you think…

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