Sep 11, 2013
Nic Cho

iPhone 5S Features Fingerprint Authentication and New A7 Processor with 64-bit Architecture

Apple has officially announced the launch of its highly-anticipated new iPhone 5S, which the California-based corporation claims as the world’s first smartphone that offers 64-bit desktop-class processing power – thanks to the all-new Apple A7 chip. In addition to the A7 desktop-class processor, one of the most notable cool feature of iPhone 5S is the new fingerprint authentication Touch ID sensor built into Home button, which allows users to unlock their beloved mobile devices by simply placing their finger on the Home button, aiming to bring the mobile security experience to a next level.

iPhone 5S

Key Features and Specs of new Apple iPhone 5S:

  • Ultra-fast 64-bit A7 processor complemented with M7 motion sensor
  • 4-inch Retina display with 1136 x 640 resolution
  • 8-megapixel iSight camera f/ 2.2 aperture and full HD video recording at 30fps
  • True Tone LED flash utilizes both white LED and amber LED to achieve flash intensity
  • Cool Fingerprint Touch ID sensor that hide into the Home button
  • Three color variations – Gold, Gray or Silver

According to Apple, the new iPhone 5S iSight camera can perform better low-light shots thanks to its 15% larger sensor, bigger pixels (1.5 microns) and larger apperture of f/2.2.

The new Apple iPhone 5S which measures 2.31 (W) x 4.87 (H) x 0.30 (D) and weights just 3.95 ounces is scheduled to be available at United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Puerto Rico and Singapore beginning 20 September, 2013, followed by other regions in the near future.

For pricing info in US (with a new 2-year contract commitment), iPhone 5S (16GB), iPhone 5S(32GB) and iPhone 5S (64GB) are priced at $199, $299 and $399, respectively.


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