Cupertino, CA (WSYR-TV/CNN) – The rumors have finally been put to rest as Apple introduced two new iPhones on Tuesday at the companies headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.
The iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C were introduced to the public and Apple CEO Tim Cook says the two models will allow the company to serve more customers
The iPhone 5S features the A7 processor, the first ever 64-bit chip to ever be used in a smartphone and Apple says it twice as fast as the iPhone 5.
Apple also says the iPhone 5S features longer battery life and an improved camera, which allows for slow motion filming.
The company confirmed tech community rumors when it unveiled a touch ID finger sensor function for security.
The finger sensor allows users' fingerprints to unlock the phone and act as a password in the App Store and for iTunes.
The iPhone 5C is seen as a cheaper, simpler version of the iPhone.
It will be available for pre-order on Friday, Sept. 13 and will cost on contract:
$99 for the 16gb version
$199 for the 32gb version.
Both versions of the new models will be available for sale on Friday, Sept. 20. and the iPhone 5S will cost on contract:
$199 for the 16gb version
$299 for the 32gb version
$399 for the 64gb version
Apple also announced its new operating system – iOS 7 – will be released on Wednesday, Sept. 18.
The company says iOS 7 will have over 200 new features and will allow users to choose whether Siri’s voice is male or female.
For a more detailed report, head over to CNN's report