iPhone 5S coming in 16, 32 and 64GB versions, starting at $199 on contract

Apple has announced the pricing for the new iPhone 5s, and it's pretty much business as usual. The base model will be 16GB and cost $199 on a 2-year contract. 32GB and 64GB models will also be coming to market for $299 and $399 respectively. So far no word on anything bigger than that.

September 20 is when we'll be queuing up to get them. Are you going to be joining us?

Source: Engadget

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iPhone 5S coming in 16, 32 and 64GB versions, starting at $199 on contract


The off-contract prices are as follows:

The iPhone 5S is available contract-free for $649, 749, and 849... for the 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB models respectively.

The iPhone 5C is available contract-free for $549 and $649 for the 16/32 GB models respectively...

The links are live on Apple's App store now!!! ;)

How about the reduced price upgrade pricing? I know just the other day I could get an iPhone 5 on AT&T for $450 on contract after upgrading to another phone 6 months ago.

I think that pretty much depends on the network providers. AT&T and others will probably list their own reduced price upgrade pricing structure sooner or later...

Hopefully sooner rather than later. I gave my iPhone 5 to my dad when I got my GS4, but iOS 7 is slowly luring me back in and I would love to have an iPhone again now.

Can't wait to get my hands on an gold iphone 6. Will be skipping this minor update as I usually do and getting the numerical only iphone.

I didn't know how to properly word it. Basically I skip all s updates and only get the number only iPhones I.e 4,5,6
Not 3GS, 4s, 5s

The finger print sensor technology has the potential to really fundamentally change security from simple password to a credit card security system that is truly secure not just some stupid three digit number or an NFC chip no one is using. I travel all over the country and NFC is simple not a main stream technology, but this finger print ID system has real potential to bring about change. Apple will take this tech slowly and methodically and do what they do best bring about true change. Not just throw a bunch of features at a wall and hope it sticks

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