Apple released its newest phone, the iPhone 5s today. It will have a significantly updated camera and fingerprint sensor.
The iPhone 5s will be available in silver, gold, and "space gray" color options. It includes a redesigned home button, and comes with a Apple A7 processor, 64-bit.
iPhone 5s in 16GB is $199, the 32GB is $299, the 64GB is $399 with 2-year contract. There will be a Friday, September 13th pre-order available, and full sale will go forward September 20th.
Among updates, a fingerprint scanner will be built into the home button, called "Touch ID."
You can touch to unlock the phone or to authenticate identity to make purchases. Apple bought a fingerprint-reading company called AuthenTec.
As rumored: the iPhone 5S’s Home button is a fingerprint reader. Apple calls it Touch ID. You can teach it different fingers. Any angle.— David Pogue (@Pogue) September 10, 2013
The iPhone 5S also has significant updates to its camera. An f.2.2 aperture will allow for more natural and crisp images. There is also a dual-LED rear-camera flash, which will also help improve photos that are taken in low light. Slow motion imaging technology is also available in the new model.