The dust is beginning to settle somewhat, and we're beginning to get our thoughts together after the mad hour long iPhone event today in Cupertino. There was stuff we expected, a couple of things we maybe didn't, and a whole lot of color. The iPhone 5c provided much of that color, perhaps at a price point we weren't expecting – or rather, we were hoping for something lower – and the iPhone 5s did indeed turn out in it's gold outfit. Not to mention a second look at iOS 7, now in finished form as it heads our way next week.
We hope you've enjoyed iMore's extensive coverage of today's iPhone 5s and 5c event, but if you're wanting to watch the whole thing back, Apple's got you covered. Over on the Apple Events page you can now view the entire presentation starring Tim Cook, Phil Schiller, Craig Federighi, and of course the new iPhone 5s and 5c.
Apple has just announced live from their iPhone event that the entire iWork suite comprising of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote as well as iMove and iPhoto will be free with the purchase of any new iOS device.
The iPhone 5s and iPhone 5s will be available for purchase on September 20th with preorders starting on September 13th for the iPhone 5c in the United States, Australia, China, France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, and the UK. An additional 100 countries and 270 carriers will receive the iPhone 5s as well by the end of 2013.
You've already read up everything we've had to say about the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c leading up to today's event, and now Apple's product pages are now live. You've got some great photo galleries showing off all of the new colors, lots of official run-downs of the new features in iOS 7.
The iPhone 5s and 5C will be launching on September 20 across many countries worldwide, but possibly most important of all is a launch in China alongside everybody else. Japan and Singapore will also have the two devices.