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Fast Company Reports Live From The September 10 Apple Announcement

Join Fast Company's Alice Truong, Mark Wilson, Kit Eaton, and Noah Robischon as they report live from Cupertino, Chicago, New York City, and beyond during Apple's next product announcement on September 10, 2013. Will Apple unveil an iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C? New iPads? Updated iMacs? Apple TV hardware? Or will Apple turn up the dial on iTunes Radio? Tune in with us on Tuesday at 10am Pacific, 1pm Eastern.


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Today's Apple event has wrapped. Here are the highlights.

There are two new iPhones, the 5C and 5S, as predicted.

The iPhone 5C - for 5 colors - is available for pre-order starting September 13. It starts at $99 for the 16GB model (with contract). Why colors? And if you want to cover up that polycarbonate shell, there is a line of silicone cases with "precisely drilled holes" that align with the speakers. There are six colors, and it will retail for $29.

The iPhone 5S is available for pre-order starting September 20. It starts at $199 for the 16GB model and $399 for the 64GB model. It comes in gold, silver, and "Space Gray." There's a new chip inside that makes it twice as fast as previous model, a "motion coprocessor," as well as a vastly improved camera with two flashes, and a fingerprint sensor for unlocking the device. Should you be worried about the fingerprint sensor?

iOS 7 will be available for all Apple devices starting September 18th.

iWork is now available for mobile devices, and will be free.

No new iWatch, Apple TV, or iPad was announced today. 



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