Now news about our iphones tonight, apple unveiling not one but two new phones, one cheaper than ever before, the other faster than ever before, and a way apple beliefs your finger print could change... See More
Now news about our iphones tonight, apple unveiling not one but two new phones, one cheaper than ever before, the other faster than ever before, and a way apple beliefs your finger print could change your life. Abc's neal karlinsky tells us what this is. Reporter: For the first time ever, apple's latest and greatest isn't a new iphone it's two new iphones the 5s and the 5c. Not one but two new designs. Reporter: The new iphones sport better cameras and power for games and graphics. The singular feature is security, something called touch i.D. Touch it. You'll get the feedback. Reporter: It's all about security. Instead of entering a code or password, all this requires is a finger print to remember who you are and unlock the phone. Seems cool but other companies are racing ahead in the bells and whistles war. Samsung has a phone that can literally react to your eyes watching the screen. The killer app for apple's bottom line may be the iphone 5c, a cheap version for masses. While apple remains strong at home, it's being trounced by android phones overseas, including the holy grail of emerging markets, china. It's a big acknowledgment that they need to provide a low end affordable solution for a much bigger market. 5c for color or china. Reporter: All part of the race for dominance in the smart phone wars. Neal karlinsky, abc news, cupertino, california.
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