New Generation Of Apple iPhones Coming This Fall
The newest generation of the iPhone is rumored to be launched next month — just in time for the back-to-school sales rush, reports Bloomberg Businessweek.
Save the date! On September 10th, Apple, the biggest tech giant in America, will host an event to introduce a new smartphone, tentatively called “iPhone 5S” or “iPhone 6,” which is rumored to feature a fingerprint sensor for unlocking the phone, face recognition, and 3D video recording and display.
While we often see iPhone users with cracked screens, the new smartphone is promising an end to its fragility. “The new iPhone[…] may also have a liquid type screen allowing for it to be flexible which will make it almost impossible to shatter the phone,” HubPages said. And for those who find carrying a charger for their battery-draining phones to be a nuisance, the iPhone 5S (or iPhone 6) will offer an extended battery life—10 hours of talk time.
“[T]his will be the first phone built to run iOs 7, Apple’s newest version of its mobile operating system and the company’s biggest aesthetic change in years,” Bloomberg Businessweek adds.
Before you thrifty and budget-conscious shoppers scoff at Apple’s new highly-anticipated device, there is speculation that the company will release a cheaper phone as well — the iPhone 5C.
“The 5C, as tech bloggers have nicknamed the rumored lower-end smartphone, is said to be made of plastic rather than the iPhone’s usual glass or aluminum,” The Washington Post said. Rumor has it that the iPhone 5C will sell for $99 in a variety of colors. Lime green is the only color we can confirm at this time.
Would you buy the new iPhone 5s/6 or iPhone 5C?