Apple may have offered some of the coolest products before Steve Jobs passed away, but the company has been criticized for not releasing anything spectacular since the iPad. A rumored smart watched, iWatch, is supposedly being released later this month, but it sounds like some of the other big players on the market have beat them to the punch. And now, Apple needs to step it up. And it sounds like Apple CEO Tim Cook releases the pressure of offering something new. According to a new Mashable report published on Sept. 8, Apple will be releasing two iPhones at once to compete with the current players and products on the market.
According to the report, Cook has revealed that he will introduce both the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C at the same time at this week's Apple event. But given the criticism, fans of Apple should expect more products than just the iPhone. Here is what is known about the new iPhones.
The iPhone 5S won't be a new phone; it will be a mere update. Apple will offer new metallic finishes, which could include the rumored champagne color. Rumor has it that it will feature a fingerprint scanner and feature new camera features. The iPhone 5C, on the other hand, is a budget-friendly version of the phone. It sounds like the company wants to cater to low-budget users. This phone “is expected to come in many colors, and include a plastic body, although its internal components will likely be the same as what's found in the current iPhone 5 (chances are, Apple won't shrink the 5C back to 4S dimensions).”
But iPhones are not enough to put Apple back on the market. Fans should also expect to see updates for Apple's iTV, the iOS 7 and iTunes Radio. There may even be a MacBook Pro update.
What are you hoping to see?