The iPhone 5S is finally her (kind of) and we can finally see its official specs and not have to deal with any more rumors.
I think I can get use to this double iPhone presentation from Apple. First they showed off the iPhone 5C and after that they showed off the iPhone 5S. The features that we are going to find on this new iPhone is a 64bit A7 processor that offers us over 1 billion transistors in a 100 square mm die size, two times the amount of general purposes registers and double the number of floating point registers. This chip can also run Open GL ES 3.0 and is said to be backwards compatible with 32bit apps.
The iPhone 5S also feature Touch ID that allows you access to your iPhone 5S by simply placing your finger on the start button. Your fingerprint can also approve whatever purchase you might make on the App Store, iTunes Store and the iBooks Store and that way ou can avoid entering your password. You can enter your fingerprint in any direction, so even if you place you finger on the home buttin with the iPhone upside down, it will allow you access. You can also enroll multiple fingerprints, so only people you trust can access your iPhone.
There is also the iSight camera that among other things features True Tone that is said to solve the problem of clashing colo temperatures. You can also take Square photos, panorama photos and there are also photo filters. Other features that the iPhone 5S has is iOS 7, built in apps, HD video at 720p at 120 FPS and if you want it can also perform slow motion at 120FPS. The Panorama pictures have 28MP with the ability to adjust exposure levels automatically as you pan.
The price for the iPhone 5S is the same as the current iPhone 5: US$199 for the 16GB model and US$299 for the 32GB model and US$399 for the 64GB model. You can pre-order your iPhone 5S starting this Friday and then they will ship a week later on September 20th in the U.S, Australia, Canada, France, China, Japan, Germany, UK and Singapore. By the end of the year the iPhone 5S will be available in 100 countries on 270 carriers.