Apple takes the wraps off the iPhone 5S Video
Apple takes the wraps off the iPhone 5S Video Transcript
-I am Scott Stein at CNET and I'm here at Cupertino looking at the iPhone 5S. Now, this is the other of the 2 phones. There is also the iPhone 5C and the 5S is successor to last year's iPhone 5 and it's the leader of the pack technically. This has got an A7 processor. It's also got a new camera that's got updated abilities to scan and pick your best photos and it's got a larger sensor area, but it also has a very interesting new home button called touch ID that's gonna kinda be the talk of this new phone. It senses your fingerprint and does it to integrate when you replace your password and also like to log in and pay for stuff in iTunes and could be an interesting way to tie together security to any package. It has a capacitive home button that's down here that bakes in under a little sapphire crystal lens and steel. It's got the fingerprint sensor right there. You can set it up to acknowledge your fingerprint on whatever finger you choose and you start spinning it around. The whole period of setting it up really only takes about what seem like a dozen to 20 presses and then you're good to go and then the log in seems pretty instantaneous. The 5S is available in the same capacity as last year (16, 32, 64) at the same prices as well. So, you're looking at potentially a vastly improved speed and graphics phone and with 2 very interesting elements; the sensor, the camera, and a little extra wrinkle, the M7 processor for scanning and being aware of your motions. Now, the idea is that this will be used for health apps and you have to keep an eye on this and see if this could be kind of secret sauce for a new generation of health tracking and fitness apps with the 5S and of course it comes with iOS 7. I'm Scott Stein and that's a quick look at the gold iPhone 5S which, as you can see, is not quite as over the top bling bling as you might think. It's a pretty subtle shade of gold here. Also available in silver and space gray.
Apple unveiled the cheaper version of the iPhone 5 with a plastic exterior, larger battery, and improved FaceTime camera. How does the iPhone 5C feel when it is in your hand? CNET Senior Editor Scott Stein takes a First Look at Apple's budget-conscious phone.
Due for an upgrade but still on the fence about the new iPhones? Press the play button on today's episode, as CNET Editor Scott Stein brings by the new Apple iPhone 5S and 5C along with some behind-the-scenes look at the testing process. You'll learn about True Tone flash, the Touch ID fingerprint scanner, iOS 7 performance tips, and whether or not you should spring for an upgrade.
Senior Editor Scott Stein takes us on a tour of the iPhone 5 days before its debut.
CNET Senior Editor Scott Stein gives you a first look at the lightest Windows 8 tablet on the market.
At CES 2012 Scott Stein and Dan Ackerman give us a First Look at the gold Asus UX21 at the CNET stage.
Lots of new internal technology, but the same-sized screen: the new iPhone gets a big speed boost, new camera and fingerprint sensor, but looks identical (unless you pick gold).
Apple's Phil Schiller announces a new fingerprint scanner, called the Touch ID sensor, which is integrated into the home button of the iPhone 5S. Users can now tap to activate, instead of pressing.
Apple's latest Touch has a brand-new design, a new camera, and that same fancy four-inch Retina Display that's on the iPhone 5. Is it the best iPod Touch ever? Scott Stein looks at it compared to the iPhone 5, and iPods of the past.
CNET's cell phone expert, Senior Editor Kent German, takes a second, closer look at the features of the Apple iPhone.
Tablet gaming is about to take an evolutionary leap. Bridget Carey chats with CNET senior editor Scott Stein on the best iPad games and where the industry is heading.