Apple has updated their page explaining what LTE bands cover what networks and where with information for both the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c. You can also see which model numbers each variant will carry both within the US and internationally. It looks to line up model wise to what we already see in the iPhone 5.
T-Mobile confirmed that it will begin selling the iPhone 5s and 5C on September 20th, with pre-orders accepted on the 13th. This is the first time since T-Mobile started carrying the iPhone that it's been available at the same time as other carriers. If you're interested in getting your phone from T-Mobile, you can sign up now for a notification once they start taking orders.
If you've decided to opt for the shamelessly flashy gold iPhone 5s that Rene covets so much, maybe you can do the decent thing and conceal its tacky exterior within one of Apple's new luxurious leather cases. They'll be available in stores starting September 20th for $39.
Apple has posted the tech specs page for the upcoming iPhone 5c which include the same A6 processor currently found in the iPhone 5. Aside from a new housing, a lot of the hardware inside the iPhone 5c is what we can already find in the iPhone 5.
Here it is, iPhone 5s vs Nexus 4 vs HTC One vs. BlackBerry Z10 vs. Lumia 1020! Since Apple has just released all the information regarding tech specs of their latest flagship phone, the iPhone 5s, it's time to put them head to head with the competition.
The pricing is out for the new iPhones unsubsidized from Apple here in the UK, so we know what we're going to have to hand over to get one carrier free. The iPhone 5c will start at £469, with the iPhone 5s starting at £549.