Apple uploads video of Sept. 10 iPhone event, new features

In addition to an 85-minute video of new iPhones' unveiling, the company has uploaded videos detailing new features of the handsets.

Apple's Phil Schiller introduces the Phone 5s. CNET

If you weren't among the few who managed to score an invite to Apple's event Tuesday but want to watch Tim Cook as he unveils new iPhones, fear not -- the company has uploaded video of the event to its Web site.

In addition to the introduction of its new flagship iPhone 5S and a new budget smartphone, the iPhone 5C, Apple also used the event to announce that iOS 7, Apple's newest operating system for their its devices, would be released on September 18.

The 85-minute video features Apple CEO Tim Cook, marketing chief Phil Schiller, and software chief Craig Federighi detailing new hardware and software features. The company has also uploaded a trio of videos to its YouTube channel that detail the new Touch ID fingerprint sensor and iSight features on the iPhone 5S and an introduction to the colorful iPhone 5C hosted by Apple design chief Jony Ive.

 

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