In addition to updating their website and online store to reflect the new iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s launches, Apple has also released a series of videos shown during today’s iPhone media event. The first video covers the new fingerprint authentication feature in the iPhone 5S, while the second covers improvements to the iPhone 5S camera. Finally, the third video is all about the iPhone 5C.
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Apple made some changes to its AppleCare+ coverage programs today. Changes include expanding the plan to 3 new countries, adding coverage for the iPod touch and iPod Classic, and also raising the replacement fee for a broken iPhone from $49 to $79 per incident.
iOS 7 brings with it many new features and improvements. One of the new features are a load of new ringtones and text tones.
With the release of the iOS 7 GM to developers, Apple has officially sent out emails to developers inviting them to start submitting their iOS 7 apps. The official public release of iOS7 is set for September 18th.
While Apple announced that both the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s would be available on September 20th at Apple’s retail stores, the company has so far only officially listed a pre-order date for the iPhone 5C (on Friday, September 13). Further, their website does not list a pre-order date of any kind for the iPhone 5S, and several media figures and institutions have apparently confirmed that indeed, no pre-orders will be taken for the device.
When it introduced its new iPhones, Apple held onto one venerable model of the handset, while letting another fall to the wayside. Apple surprised a few observers as they dropped the iPhone 5, which was the previous flagship handset, while keeping the 8GB iPhone 4S around as the entry-level “free” model.
Apple has already posted the full video of their iPhone Special Event keynote online – and far faster than usual, taking just an hour and a half from the time the event ended. The video shows Apple discussing iOS 7, the new iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s (plus all their new features), and more. It’s a pretty epic thing to behold, so head on over to Apple’s website to check the entire thing out in its entirety!
Craig Federighi, SVP of Software Engineering at Apple took the stage during the Apple iPhone event today and displayed the new features of iOS 7, and also announced the new OS will be available for download on September 18th.
Following Apple’s iPhone media event today, at which they announced the new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, as well as a September 18 final release date for iOS 7, Apple has seeded the final Gold Master of iOS 7 to developers. The Gold Master represents the final version of iOS 7 that will ship to consumers on September 18th.
Apple’s Online Store has finally returned following today’s media event – and it’s filled with new information and brightly-colored listings for the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C! Head on over to take a peek at the new look!
Apple introduced the iPhone 5S today, and yes, there will be a gold color model available.
Tim Cook made an exciting announcement at the 2013 iPhone event today: iWork, iMovie, and iPhoto are now free with any new iOS device!
C Technology has posted a video that alleges to show a powered-on iPhone 5C.
It’s Tuesday, September 10, 2013, and that means today is the day of Apple’s big media event! Apple is expected to officially reveal their iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, announce the release of iOS 7, and maybe even make a few exciting surprise announcements!
As is traditional, the Apple Store is currently down ahead of today’s Apple event to be held at 10AM PT/1PM ET.
It’s almost here, the moment we’ve been waiting for. Apple will be holding a big event on Tuesday, and MacTrast will be covering it and reporting all there is to report. But what can we expect on Tuesday?