Apple Introduces Two New iPhone Models At Product Launch


New iPhone 5S handsets let people use their fingerprints to unlock... News PhotoApple Computers,California,Cupertino,Event,Finance,Fingerprint,Headquarters,People,Portable Information Device,Silicon Valley,Smart Phone,Technology,Telephone Receiver,USA,Unlocking,Vertical,Wireless Technology,iPhonePhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPNew iPhone 5S handsets let people use their fingerprints to unlock the smartphones at an iPhone event at Apple's headquarters in Silicon Valley on September 10, 2013 in Cupertino, California. Apple unveiled two new iPhones on Tuesday in its bid to expand its share of the smartphone market, including one as low as $99 with a US carrier contract. 'The business has become so large that this year we are going to replace the iPhone 5 and we are going to replace it with two new designs,' Apple chief Tim Cook announced at the company's Silicon Valley headquarters. Apple will begin taking orders on Friday, and on September 20 the two devices will go on sale in the United States, Australia, Britain, China, France, Germany, Japan and Singapore. AFP PHOTO/GLENN CHAPMAN (Photo credit should read GLENN CHAPMAN/AFP/Getty Images)