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In the U.K.: News outlets are reporting Apple stores in London and Cambridge sold out of iPhone 5s within an hour

What’s the fuss all about?

The Associated Press

CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) — Apple’s new iPhone 5S and 5C and last year’s iPhone 5 are alike in many ways.

All three phones have a touch screen measuring 4 inches diagonally, with a resolution of 326 pixels per inch. That pixel density is better than Apple’s iPads, though not as good as Samsung Electronic Co.’s flagship Galaxy S4. The iPhone 5 and 5S are identical in size and weight, while the 5C is slightly bigger and heavier. The iPhone 5S is identical in price to what the iPhone 5 cost when it was introduced last year, while the 5C is $100 cheaper.

Battery life is comparable. Talk time is boosted on the 5C and 5S, as is Internet use over LTE cellular connections. Video playback and Internet use over Wi-Fi remain the same. Like all previous models, the battery on the new phones can be replaced only by service personnel.

The main differences: The 5S has a fingerprint sensor, a better camera and a faster processor, while the 5C comes in five colors and uses plastic instead of aluminum and glass for its casing.


— Capacity: 16 gigabyte model for $199, 32 gigabytes for $299 and 64 gigabytes for $399, all with two-year service contract. Without one, it’s $649 for 16 gigabytes, $749 for 32 gigabytes and $849 for 64 gigabytes.


— Capacity: 16 gigabyte model for $99 and 32 gigabytes for $199, all with two-year service contract. Without one, it’s $549 for 16 gigabytes and $649 for 32 gigabytes.

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