The Apple iPhone 5C and 5S are finally upon us, bringing colourful plastic casings and a new gold hue, respectively, to the iPhone range. O2, Vodafone and Three have all confirmed that they will have the new phone. It'll be arriving in the UK on 20 September.
At the time of writing, no networks were able to say exactly how much cash you'll need to splash to put either new phone in your pocket. None of the other networks were able to say whether they will definitely have either phone, although it's safe to assume they all will.
Rumours about a plastic iPhone have been circulating for months and it looks like they were right on the money. The 5C has a one-piece back made from polycarbonate available in a whole rainbow of colours. You can have your pick from green, yellow, blue, white or red -- or why not go for one of each to match your outfits.
The phone packs a 4-inch screen with a Retina-level resolution, so expect everything to look nice and sharp on screen. Inside is Apple's A6 processor, which should keep things ticking along nicely. It's of course running on the latest iOS 7 software, which will also be available to download for existing iPhone owners from 18 September.
The iPhone 5S meanwhile looks very similar to the existing iPhone 5, but comes in a new gold hue, along with improved internal specifications and of course iOS 7 software.
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