The higher-end of the two new iPhones that Apple just launched, the iPhone 5s, comes with a fingerprint sensor in the home button.
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It’s official. Apple just sent out invitations to an event on September 10, promising to “brighten your day.” Does that mean the new iPhone(s) will be coming in colors? Speculate wildly starting….now! http://cnet.co/18oICXS
Last week we asked you what your dream iPhone would be. We expect at least one new Apple phone to be released on September 10, but will it have the features CNET readers actually want? We compiled all your answers and created mock-ups of the iPhone of your dreams. It’s a pretty awesome device!
But we also spoke to market analysts and experts to find out how realistic your wishes are. Look at the pictures and read our article on whether your dream will become a reality.
Would your perfect next-gen iPhone hark back to the sleek lines of the iPhone 4?
Ridiculously blinged out, like some rumors suggest the next one will be?
Made of plastic to bring costs way, way down?
Design your dream next-gen iPhone by taking our quick polls here. Next week we’ll reveal the features CNET readers agree are most important. (Hint: We doubt gold-plating will be high on the list. But you never know.)