Apple is widely expected to show a variety of new products today, including the iPhone 5S and its cheaper sister, the iPhone5C. The 5S will likely have a faster A7 processor and a better video camera, according to rumors.
The rear camera may be able to capture 1080p video at 120 frames per second, with a battery capable of lasting 250 hours in standby mode on a single charge. The new iPhone 5S will also incorporate a fingerprint scanner.
The cheaper 5C is expected to be an iPhone 5 repackaged into a slightly thicker plastic case, and otherwise about identical, including LTE and a 4-inch display, according to The Verge. But if the iPhone 5C is targeting emerging markets such as China, it may be capable of using Sprint’s new 2.6 TD-LTE as well.