Tuesday, August 27, 2013

iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C 'leaked' in new video showing new colours and features

A new video shows us what the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C may look like compared with the iPhone 5.

The film, posted online by Macmixing, compares the backplates of both devices to the existing iPhone 5 and gives the clearest look yet at the suspected design of Apple's newest iPhones.

We can see the phones are very similar in size to the existing iPhone 5, although the iPhone 5C is slightly thicker because of its polycarbonate shell.

The iPhone 5S is nearly identical to the iPhone 5 with the exception of the dual-LED rear flash.

The video also showcases the brand new "champagne" colour of the iPhone 5S, which is a light, subtle shade of gold.

The front of the device is expected to be white, although that is not shown in the video.

We can also see the blue version of the low-cost iPhone 5C.

iPhone 5S features a shiny metallic logo along with thinner "iPhone" text, which appears to be in line with both the lettering on the iPhone 5C and Apple's overall move towards thinner fonts.

The iPhone 5C has been rumored to be replacing the iPhone 4S on shelves.

The iPhone 5S will replace the iPhone 5 as Apple’s flagship smartphone and is thought to have a number of significant upgrades including an improved camera, A7 processor, fingerprint reader, and a 4-inch Retina Display.

Both iPhones are expected to make their debut on September 10th with releases rumoured for September 20th.