Yesterday Apple made the big announcement we've all been waiting for: the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C will be available this month.
The iPhone 5C is the new low-cost option, and  will cost $99 for a 16GB model or $199 for a 32 GB model, with contracts. The new device is made of plastic and has a 4-inch display. It has a hard-coated polycarbonate design, is steel reinforced and has a multi-band antenna. It comes in five colors: green, white, blue, pink, and yellow, and offers a colorful variety of cases that will cost $29. It goes on sale September 20, with pre-orders starting this Friday, September 13.

The iPhone 5S has a 4-inch display as well, but comes in silver, gold and a color called space gray. The hardware has been upgraded (A7 chip) and the iPhone 5S will be the first smartphone to be 64-bits - that's up from the standard 32 bits of other smartphones. The iPhone 5S will run 40 times faster than the original iPhone, and have a battery life of 10 hours of LTE and Wi-Fi browsing, 40 hours of music and 250 hours of standby time. And as we've grown accustomed to, the camera received major upgrades as well, with an increase of pixels, the ability to auto-detect white balance, as well as a new image stabilizer and slow-motion video. And the iPhone 5S will indeed feature Touch ID, a fingerprint sensor built into the home button that can be used to unlock the iPhone or make purchases. The iPhone 5S will be available in three versions: 16 GB for $199, 32GB for $299 and 64GB for $399, all with a contract, and will go on sale on September 20.
What do you think of the new iPhones? Will you be waiting in line for one?