Apple announce iPhone 5C and 5S - which should you buy?
So, Apple finally unveiled the newest iPhones and, just like everyone assumed, there's going to be the cheaper 5C and the finger-print scanner-having 5S). With the choice of two, which one should you get?
Well, with the iPhone 5S, you'll have a phone with new processors. Apple said that the new A7 chip will be twice as fast as the iPhone 5 and that it'll run 64-bit architecture, which they say makes it "desktop class".
The new fingerprint scanner is a neat gimmick that a lot of people will buy into (we've seen it before on other phones, obviously) but this time, Apple will no doubt combine it with the kind of technology that enables you to make contactless payments and such, which could be useful. The 5S will also have a new camera, with bigger pixels rather than more as well as 'True Tone' which will give a better balance of colour.
The new iPhone 5C meanwhile will come in five different colours - white, yellow, red, blue and green - with the design being described as "beautifully, unapologetically plastic". With that, Apple have made a more durable handset. However, the 5C is expensive and not at all cheap like many assumed.
Buying the 5C out of contract will cost you £469 for the 16GB version and £549 for the 32GB model. If you're looking for a budget handset, it won't be Apple you're going to. The innards and such are essentially the same as the iPhone 5 too, so basically, if you want the 5C, you'll be buying it for the case alone.
So there you have it. Two new iPhones to choose from - which will you Apple fans be going for?